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Kevin Kelly asks, is asking a good question the last job a machine will learn to do?

We really loved this great quote by Kevin Kelly in his book, The Inevitable:

 

“A good question is not concerned with a correct answer. A good question cannot be answered immediately. A good question challenges existing answers. A good question is one you badly want answered once you hear it, but had no inkling you cared before it was asked. A good question creates new territory of thinking. A good question reframes its own answers. A good question is the seed of innovation in science, technology, art, politics, and business.

A good question is a probe, a what-if scenario. A good question skirts on the edge of what is known and not known, neither silly nor obvious. A good question cannot be predicted. A good question will be the sign of an educated mind. A good question is one that generates many other good questions.

A good question may be the last job a machine will learn to do. A good question is what humans are for.”

Kevin Kelly, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

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