/// So, What’s Your Algorithm?
We are ruined by our own biases. When making decisions, we see what we want, ignore probabilities, and minimize risks that uproot our hopes. What’s worse, “we are often confident even when we are wrong,” writes Daniel Kahneman, in his masterful new book on psychology and economics called “Thinking, Fast and Slow.” An objective observer, he writes, “is more likely to detect our errors than we are.” Read the rest of this post on the original site
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So, What’s Your Algorithm?
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