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Monday, April 12, 2021

Think for yourself | Leading Blog

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Harvard University lecturer Vikram Mansharamani shares in his book how we need to be cautious about how we take on decisions in this Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence. Some of our decisions are so dependent on other’s expertise or opinion that we lose our vision. The author said, “The key is to step back and ask: What are you losing when you narrow your options set?” In a fast-paced world, our dependence on others should not translate into blind obedience. We must remember to acknowledge other perspectives as well as thinking for ourselves.

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