Cultural acquisition of a specific learned response among rhesus monkeys
- The Legend of the 5 Monkeys, the Doctor and the Rose
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The Legend of the 5 Monkeys, the Doctor and the Rose
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The monkey and banana problems is a famous toy problem in artificial intelligence , particularly in logic programming and planning. A monkey is in a room. Suspended from the ceiling is a bunch of bananas , beyond the monkey's reach. However, in the room there are also a chair and a stick. The ceiling is just the right height so that a monkey standing on a chair could knock the bananas down with the stick.
As Product Managers people look up to us to carry the vision, to make sure all the noses are aligned, the troops are rallied and that sort of stuff. But what is it that influences behavior? And what makes your team do what they do? The answer has more to do with you than with others. The legend of the 12 5 monkeys: [insert kudo button for obscure movie references here].
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Consider yourself lucky if you ever get the opportunity to hear Eddie Obeng give a talk. This week at JiveWorld, he gave the keynote speech. With passion and some unorthodox presentation techniques, he walked us a through a range of practical insights about human beings and ways to change behavior. Everyone loved it. At the end, he closed with a story about five monkeys that captures the state of things in most organizations and that provides hope, indirectly, for how we can make things better.
Cultural acquisition of a specific learned response among rhesus monkeys , Macaca mulattaj
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