The Value and Limits of Intuition

Jenny Connected

225 of his book he writes: Experienced radiologists who evaluate chest X-rays as “normal” or “abnormal” contradict themselves 20% of the time when they see the same picture on separate occasions. Pattern recognition is an important element in becoming an expert.

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“But what about naysayers?”

Chris Corrigan

Complicated problems (knowable problems and predictable solutions, but only with expert help and analysis). There maybe different ways to do and experts may not agree, but they can give you a plan and show you in advance how their solution is a good one. To hire an expert, give them constraints to work with (money, time, and materials) and ask for a proposal. Make a contract that makes them accountable for the outcome, and have someone else you trust evaluate their work.

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