Tuesday, December 12, 2017
 

Dropped food algorithm. Should you eat it?

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I find really interesting this sort of visualisations of commonsense processes. Apart from the obvious tongue in cheek nature and tone of this diagram, there is something captivating about the dynamic nature of a diagram illustrating what would be in real life a split second decision. It illustrates how the process can be broken down in discrete steps and then programmed.

“The 30-Second Rule, A Decision Tree” by Audrey Fukman and Andy Wright. via flowingdata

 

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