Video How to manage your time more effectively (according to machines) - Brian Christian
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Human beings and computers alike share the challenge of how to get as much done as possible in a limited time. Over the last fifty or so years, computer scientists have learned a lot of good strategies for managing time effectively — and they have a lot of experience with what can go wrong. Brian Christian shares how we can use some of these insights to help make the most of our own lives.
Lesson by Brian Christian, animation by Adriatic Animation.
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Whether or not to prioritize tasks before doing them is a function of how long a task takes. Reading emails is a very specific example, and very misleading at that, because reading and prioritizing emails don't differ much (in time taken). Whereas if I am preparing for an exam a month prior to it, I would take time to prioritize what to study for at least an hour, instead of just jumping in. To me it would make more sense, since an hour is negligible in front of a month.
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I agree that point #1 that sometimes you should spend time on doing rather than prioritizing. But I disagree that we all should focus on doing things instead of choosing what to do: 1. Computer's tasks are many but each of them are small and computer calculation speed are just super fast! Therefore it is meaningless to even think about what important things to do because in the end computer will processed all of them quickly(of course except for error come up. 2. Human's tasks are varied, and most of the time it is consuming, especially when you move up the ladder of career. In other word, those tasks are huge and cannot be done within 24 hours (remember that computer can double the processing speed in the next 18 months according to Moore's Law while human does not have such luxury) and as the result, people need to decide which one to do to give the most value. Without thinking about it, that person confused and end up doing things does not aligned with one's purpose It is true that when you don't know what is your priority, you should do something. But in the end, do it for the sake to find what is your priority
i hate using computers, i just end up taking a hammer to them
i find the animation pretty distracting and poorly related to what's being said.