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Think for Yourself Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence kindle ☆ Audiobook read Ë ➯ [Read] ➫ Think for Yourself Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence By Vikram Mansharamani Puter based systems are essential to helping us make informed decisions What we need is a new approach for integrating these information sourceseffectively harnessing the value they provide without undermining our ability to think for ourselves The author provides principles and techniues for doing just that empowering readers with acritical and nuanced approach to making decisions Think for Yourself is an indispensable guide for those looking to restore self reliant thinking in a data driven and technology dependent yet overwhelmingly uncertain wor

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Sense? Why and how do these kinds of things happen?As Harvard lecturer and global trend watcher Vikram Mansharamani shows in this eye opening and perspective shifting book our complex data flooded world has made us everreliant on experts protocols and technology Too often we've stopped thinking for ourselves With stark and compelling examples drawn from business sports and everyday life Mansharamani illustrates how in a very real sense we have outsourced our thinking to a troubling degree relinuishing our autonomyOf course experts protocols and com

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Think for Yourself Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial IntelligenceWe've outsourced too much of our thinking How do we get it back?Have you ever followed your GPS device to a deserted parking lot? Or unuestioningly followed the advice of an expert—perhaps a doctor or financial adviser—only to learn later that your own thoughts and doubts were correct? And what about the stories we've all heard over the years about sick patients—whether infected with Ebola or COVID 19—who were sent home or allowed to travel because busy staff people were following a protocol to the letter rather than using common