Last week, I attended the Metallica—S&M2 film at the cinema in Dundee. It was magnificent; I must have smiled ear to ear all evening.Continue reading Metallica—S&M2
What if you were to feed a long short-term memory (LSTM) recurrent neural network (essentially, a deep-learning artificial intelligence engine) a bunch of science fiction screenplays and set it to work writing an original screenplay.
Then what if you gathered a cast and crew for one day and attempted to film the result.
The result is Sunspring (2016). It is a thing of beauty. You can read the script at docdroid. And watch it on YouTube.Continue reading Sunspring—a sci-fi film script written by AI
Just as a workman wouldn’t rely on the same tool for every job (unless they have some kind of massive Swiss Army tool), it can be useful for Scrum teams to have a few different retrospective models to draw on. Different approaches help teams to see things from different perspectives.
The starfish retrospective is an extension of the typical three-question retrospective of what went well? what didn’t go well? what could be improved? By asking similar but different questions it can help a team appreciate the practices that are going well as well as consider new ideas. I know scrum masters for whom this is their default retrospective pattern.Continue reading Retrospective idea: starfish