Psychologist Daniel Kahneman explains the "Focusing Illusion" theory, a common human tendency to exaggerate the importance of a single, outstanding aspect to a larger idea or event.
WTO Director-General, Robert Azevedo talks about reading 'Thinking Fast and Slow' by Daniel Kahneman
Noble Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman comments on the most important biases concerning the Singularity. Kahneman sees the major bias as believing in seemingly inevitable scenarios.
In Chapter 17 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings answers 'What Types of Psychology Research Have Been Most Useful in Your Strategy Work?' As an undergrad studying psychology at University of Virginia, Stallings embraces the decision making and uncertainty research of Herbert Simon and Daniel Kahneman. He draws on this and similar psychology research in his strategy planning work at frog design.
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