Resisting Fortune Tellers
The next 18 months are going to be chaotic. No one knows exactly what will happen.
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Today’s newsletter talks about the fallacy of putting too much trust in those that say they can predict the future. I was inspired by this piece in the New Yorker about Nate Silver. I also provide some thoughts on Mark Zuckerberg’s interview last week with Lex Fridman, where he does a segment on censorship, government requests for data, and his evolving views on freedom of expression.
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