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@nntaleb 15 years ago, I went into psychology trying to figure out how humans misunderstand probability. All I figured out is how psychologists don’t understand probability. Permalink 9:39 AM – 23 Apr 2019 @Jaffer22915438 Our great ally…   Permalink 9:37 AM – 23 Apr 2019 @nntaleb More precise & accurate representation of the mistake; […]

Why you should care about the Nate Silver vs. Nassim Taleb Twitter war | Isaac Faber

Why you should care about the Nate Silver vs. Nassim Taleb Twitter war I think, however, this is a great opportunity for a data science professional (or aspiring professional) to dig deeper into what is being said. There are implications on how we choose to model and present our work in a reliable and verifiable […]

Saudi Barbaria, Saudi Regime, Milan, Nate Silver | Twitter

Nassim Taleb & Naval Ravikant at BlockCon 2018 – Transcript | Michael Malo @nntaleb Almost 6,000 votes. 54% – 46%   Permalink 9:20 AM – 17 Nov 2018 @nntaleb Well, looks like investors in   are liable for more losses than they put in. Also the argument 76% options expire worthless by the […]

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The TIMES has a real review, first one in which the journalist doesn't try to take revenge against author for dissing his profession. — Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) February 24, 2018 @nntaleb Squid Ink Permalink 4:46 PM – 25 Feb 2018 @nntaleb 3) For some background, BS Vendor Sam Harris called me “insufferable”, […]

Maronites, Flynn, Applebaum, Shamri, Saudi Barbaria, Napoleon, the French, Nate Silver, Sarsour | Twitter

@nntaleb A Greek-Orthodox (me) will give a short lecture about reviving the language of the Maronites in …an Armenian place of worship in NY.   Permalink 7:28 PM – 10 May 2017 @nntaleb Squid ink Permalink 5:36 PM – 10 May 2017 @nntaleb It is easier to fool someone perceived as “intelligent” than a […]