Novelty: exploitation and exploration - Deepstash

Novelty: exploitation and exploration

Exploitation involves improving and refining existing products and processes. This typically happens through a focus on efficiency and execution.

In contrast, the focus of exploration is on identifying new ideas and ways of doing things. This involves things like risk-taking and experimentation.

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