The importance of stupidity in scientific research

I love this article. My software company¬†AgKonect¬†is based on innovation and frequently we reach points where we don’t immediately know the answer. As a scientist, I’m comfortable with taking time to investigate and solve a problem. The other day I was misunderstood by a prospective client for saying “I don’t know”. For me it’s a starting point for a process where the real work begins, but perhaps the prospect didn’t see that and took it as an admission of failure. Is it just language, or different understanding?

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