I think we'd like a summary of how the decisions were arrived at
Yeah, and let's not build a machine that can lie very well.
What if we use the commentary from chess games as thoughts?
Signal-boosting this. Here's to more teams working together to get this bounty! ᾔ2
FYI the Faulkner annotated screenplays have about 3 sentences of annotation for every 10 pages.
It'd be hard for humans to compete with AI unless humans can communicate with the AI in reasonable-sized chunks e.g. a 100-page document. Me, I think we should chat in 10-page documents or less ᾓ7ἿE♀️.
It'd be nice to have even a sentence-long summary at the end. There are interesting nuggets but I can't find a justified call-to-action.
Props for emphasizing that a lot of these projects are “tech bundled with services”.
I believe that all software projects are in fact, “tech bundled with services” since the software will need upkeep in order to stay relevant to its users. Of course, I'm biased since I'd love to own one such project.
Thanks for asking this question. If you do start the reading programme, I hope you'll post your plans and progress so I can follow along.