Yes we can, we can always do more, it’s not like our brain isn’t capable of learning new information.
But if you’re talking about the ability to “do more,” then enabling something is something that makes it possible. But that is not the same thing as enabling a process. If you enable something to happen, it is an enabling process.
This line of thinking leads to the question, “Is learning more about something better than knowing more about it?” Well, at first glance it seems we can have both, but in reality we can’t. The more we know about something, the more it is possible to learn about it (and vice-versa). Also, by the time you have learned enough about something, it is probably too late to learn anything else.
In this way, more knowledge is like a “learning curve” on the information you already have. More knowledge is like the “learning curve” for a car. At first, you know how to drive a car, but as you progress with it, you are able to drive a car of different make and model. The only difference is how fast you are going.
That’s probably why we refer to a learning curve on the information we already have by saying, “more knowledge isn’t like a learning curve.” Yes, it is probably like a learning curve on a car. The key to a learning curve is that you need to be able to drive it to know how to drive it.
We say that the continuous operation of a machine is the ability to drive it at a higher speed without crashing or going off the road. That is the case with a machine that operates at 100% or near 100%. As you advance in your knowledge, you start to understand the machines logic behind it.
Just like a car, a machine has to be able to work for a certain duration of time before you can drive it, in this case your knowledge. The longer you can keep it running, the greater the potential for it to be able to work for a longer duration. In this case the continuous operation part of the equation is the ability to keep it running and not have it crash if it runs out of gas. That is all we need to know to understand how to drive it.
So if you want to keep a machine running and don’t have the tools to fix it, you need to get the tools and learn how to fix it yourself. You can go as far as to get the tools and then learn how to fix it yourself. If you want to keep a car running and don’t have the tools to fix it, you may want to hire someone to fix it for you.
Automation is a huge topic that I’ve written about elsewhere, but in short, it refers to the process of getting a machine to do the things it was programmed to do. It isn’t necessarily that people automate to save money or to make more efficient use of resources. It’s that you automate the process of making it do something it wasn’t programmed to do. That may sound silly, but it’s a pretty common one.
A lot of companies are automating processes, including the car industry.