Identify and avoid silent evidence that can lead to wrong conclusions


  1. Understand the concept of silent evidence.
    Silent evidence is a type of systematic error that hides the randomness of an event.
  2. Take into account the silent evidence when assessing risks.
    Consider the evidence that is not in front of us when assessing risks, such as when counting survival rates from diagnosed cancer cases.


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