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Using the dashboard still leaves me constrained; our brain and sensory system are not designed to deal strictly in and x by y matrix. Current “dashboards”, relying on current technology, omit the z and t. They deny the physical semantics that convey so much of the depth and presence of our understanding. They really fail in terms of serving as an interface for semantic intelligence and agent design
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