How Judgements Happen

I have to admit: I get obsessed with ideas that I can’t seem to reconcile.

It’s not like I have to fully understand every concept I hear, I just have to know enough to make sense of a theory.

I recognize that sounds vague, so I’ll give you a concrete example: I don’t need to understand the details of neural network operations to recognize that they are currently and will continue to be a vital…

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