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In this episode of the Knowledge Project, I chat with professor and New York Times best-selling author Philip Tetlock (@PTetlock) about how we can get better at the art and science of predicting the future. Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Spotify | Android | Google Play On this episode, I’m happy to have Philip Tetlock, […]
The Knowledge Project interview with Philip Tetlock deconstructs our ability to make accurate predictions into specific components. He learned through his work on The Good Judgment Project. In Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction, Tetlock and Dan Gardner (his co-author), set out to distill the ten key themes that have been “experimentally demonstrated to […]
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On this episode of the Knowledge Project, I discuss rationality, changing minds (our own and others), filtering information, and a lot more with Julia Galef (@juliagalef). Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Spotify | Android | Google Play On this episode of The Knowledge Project, I talk rationality, changing minds (our own and others), filtering information, […]
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Do you ever ask kids this question? Did adults ask you this when you were a kid? Even if you managed to escape this question until high school, then by the time you got there, you were probably expected to be able to answer this […]
Confirmation bias is our tendency to cherry-pick information that confirms our existing beliefs or ideas. Confirmation bias explains why two people with opposing views on a topic can see the same evidence and come away feeling validated by it. This cognitive bias is most pronounced in the case of ingrained, ideological, or emotionally charged views. […]