A Lesson or Two from RWS’s Takeover of SDL

In 1964, in an interview for The Paris Review, Pablo Picasso said, “[Computers] are useless. They can only give you answers”. This statement goes perfectly well with another one, perhaps incorrectly attributed to Oscar Wilde, “Everyone is capable of giving answers: It takes a genius to ask the real questions”. Doubt is the engine of human ingenuity. The ability to ask significant questions—to oneself even more than to others—is at the heart of critical thinking and innovation and it can prove disruptive. Without reclaiming any ingenuity, a question or two […]

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