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Antagonising the echo chamber: Can a social network counteract cognitive bias with Bayesian rationality?

Tweet Bayes on the Beach 13-15 Nov 2017 Title: Antagonising the echo chamber: Can a social network counteract cognitive bias with Bayesian rationality? [Accepted for Poster presentation] Authors: Kate Devitt1, Tamara Pearce2, Alok Chowdhury3, Kerrie Mengersen4 1-4 Queensland University of Technology E-mail: kate.devitt@qut.edu.au Abstract content: Discussion forums (e.g.

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Bayes on the Beach 2015

Tweet I’m heading to the Gold Coast December 7-9 for Bayes on the Beach Can coherence solve prior probabilities for Bayesianism? Coherence between propositions promises to fix the vexing circumstance of prior probabilities for subjective Bayesians. This paper examines the

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Susannah Kate Devitt

Tweet I am Associate Lecturer in the School of Information Systems, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology. Tweet

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S. Kate Devitt


Research Associate, Institute for Future Environments and the Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology