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“I think Taleb discounts the value of hill-climbing too much; there is a lot to be gained and learned from this, as long as you don't lose sight of the fact that your hill may disappear very quickly as the environment changes.”
“If you translate Raynor's strategy model into Beinhocker's evolutionary model, what it means is that the bottom layers of management are hill-climbing, trying to optimize current business lines in a relatively slowly-changing environment.”
“In an evolutionary environment, you want to do some local hill-climbing to find a local maximum, but you also need to do some exploring of other areas to see if there are higher peaks somewhere else.”
“It follows a sort of hill-climbing strategy — not in the landscape of truth, but that of power.”
“For instance, when choosing the best k of n features for a classification problem, hill-climbing approaches are much less effective than branch-and-bound approaches 25.”
“Just in this discussion alone, the concept of “hill-climbing” has been subtly conflated with potential hills in physics i.e., work being required to go up them.”
“-It's a hill-climbing bike and the saddle is actually level on extreme grades”
“In fact, it's about as intelligent as natural selection, capable of doing incremental hill-climbing optimization.”
“Human cognition can look farther ahead than natural selection (which doesn't look ahead at all), but it can't look very far, so humans explore design space largely by local hill-climbing, just like natural selection.”
“You just constantly test little micro-changes and follow a hill-climbing algorithm to build your product.”
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