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NNT Skin In The Game | Talks at Google

Published on Nov 8, 2018 American essayist, scholar and former trader Nassim Nicholas Taleb, whose work focuses on problems of randomness, probability, and uncertainty, discusses his latest book “Skin in the Game”. Nassim explores the notion that ‘skin in the game’ is necessary for fairness, commercial efficiency, and risk management, and key to making sense […]

Skin In The Game, Pinker, Lecktchurs, Gad Saad, journos | Twitter

 Audio Only (Right Click to Download): My Chat With Nassim Taleb A discussion with his Gadness @GadSaad about Skin in the Game. Gad understands costly signaling & ecological rationality & doesn't dumb down. My best video discussions ever, one of the two best discussions (other coming Monday with @econtalk (econtawk)https://t.co/XfTiKPnM16 — Nassim Nicholas Taleb […]

Harris, Shermer, Reviews, SKIN IN THE GAME, John Gray, Gini Estimation, Nate Silver, Alexander Bogomolny, Tetlock, Thaler | Twitter

The TIMES has a real review, first one in which the journalist doesn't try to take revenge against author for dissing his profession. https://t.co/J1SGbsrxT1 — Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) February 24, 2018 @nntaleb Squid Ink pic.twitter.com/gmv3tadPcm Permalink 4:46 PM – 25 Feb 2018 @nntaleb 3) For some background, BS Vendor Sam Harris called me “insufferable”, […]

Nassim Nicholas Taleb on Work, Slavery, the Minority Rule, and Skin in the Game | EconTalk | https://t.co/ZU3MBsi91M — NassimNicholasTaleb (@nntaleb) August 14, 2017 Nassim Nicholas Taleb talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the manuscript version of his forthcoming book, Skin in the Game. Topics discussed include the role of skin in the game […]

Why Each One Should Eat His Own Turtles: Equality in Uncertainty | Medium

Why Each One Should Eat His Own Turtles: Equality in Uncertainty It was said that a group of fishermen caught a large number of turtles. After cooking them, they found out at the communal meal that these sea animals were much less edible that they thought: not many members of the group were willing to […]