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Plausibility, Confidence, and Trust

Depending on your point of view, one of the neat – or really annoying – things about many of the analytical processes from the intelligence field is that they’re, for better or worse, also useful in everyday life. Now, it’s easy to start over-analyzing parts of your life that don’t deserve in-depth scrutiny, so some are clearly more useful than others. Two intertwined examples are the concepts of “plausibility” and “confidence”.
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Published in: Geekiness, General | on November 6th, 2008 | Comments Off on Plausibility, Confidence, and Trust