The Secret Sauce of Innovation
This great article by Don Peppers talks about a problem that was sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and the UK’s Royal Astronomical Society. They were all in search of a new mathematical algorithm capable of breaking down the distortions caused by dark matter in the photographic images of galaxies.
A Cambridge University student who had no background in astronomy put forward an algorithm that turned out to be considerably more predictive than what was already in use. Shortly after, a graduate student with absolutely no astronomical background, posted a different algorithm that demonstrated accuracy even more. And almost simultaneously afterwards a mainly non-astronomical university team from Australia and Qatar improved on the algorithm again. This clearly demonstrates that diverse perspectives can have extremely innovative results.
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