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Meetup : Toronto - What's all this about Bayesian Probability and stuff?!

4 Post author: Giles 15 February 2013 05:28PM

Discussion article for the meetup : Toronto - What's all this about Bayesian Probability and stuff?!

WHEN: 19 February 2013 08:00:00PM (-0500)

WHERE: 54 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON

Place: Upstairs at The Imperial Public Library 54 Dundas St. E, near Dundas Station. Enter at the door on the right marked "library", go upstairs and look for the paperclip sign.

A lot of us enjoy reading the Less Wrong Sequences:

http://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Sequences

...but there's a lot there that might seem confusing. Do we really try to live our lives according to a mathematical formula? Do we really hate frequentist statistics? Who are these mysterious organizations with their logos at the top of the page? What's the deal with the Harry Potter and My Little Pony stuff? How much of that math and science and philosophy is relevant to our daily lives?

This meetup is a chance to try and clear up some of these confusions.

It's also a chance for each of us to explain: what does rationality mean to you? What do you imagine a rational person as being like?

Discussion article for the meetup : Toronto - What's all this about Bayesian Probability and stuff?!

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