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[http://www.overcomingbias.com Overcoming Bias] is a group blog on the systemic mistakes humans make, and how we can possibly being correcting them. The primary contributors are [[Robin Hanson]] of George Mason University and [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]] of the Singularity Institute. Common topics include "cognitive psychology, evolutionary psychology, microeconomics, applied statistics, social psychology, probability and decision theory, even a bit of Artificial Intelligence now and then."
 
[http://www.overcomingbias.com Overcoming Bias] is a group blog on the systemic mistakes humans make, and how we can possibly being correcting them. The primary contributors are [[Robin Hanson]] of George Mason University and [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]] of the Singularity Institute. Common topics include "cognitive psychology, evolutionary psychology, microeconomics, applied statistics, social psychology, probability and decision theory, even a bit of Artificial Intelligence now and then."
 
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Overcoming Bias is a group blog on the systemic mistakes humans make, and how we can possibly being correcting them. The primary contributors are Robin Hanson of George Mason University and Eliezer Yudkowsky of the Singularity Institute. Common topics include "cognitive psychology, evolutionary psychology, microeconomics, applied statistics, social psychology, probability and decision theory, even a bit of Artificial Intelligence now and then."