- [Instructor] All right, we're finally getting to it. … How do you know whether to explore or to exploit? … It all depends on how much skin you have in the game … and maybe the determining factor is the time horizon … or maybe its a stress level. … It can be different for different people … in different situations. … And yes, I just said the word different three times … in one sentence, but I can't emphasize it enough. … And this explore-exploit decision … is more than just online shopping, … or finding a job, or finding true love. … It's the type of thing that permeates a lot … of the decisions that we make and it should … because we can't always be explorers. … Otherwise, we would get really bored really fast … and wouldn't ever have any close friends. … Now, say goodbye to having a favorite of anything … much less a go-to restaurant … for takeout on Friday nights. … And analogously, we can't always be exploiters. … Otherwise, you'd never see the riches … that the world has to offer. …
Skill Level Intermediate
Data Visualization: A Lesson and Listen Serieswith Bill Shander3h 2m Intermediate
Everyday Statistics, with Eddie Davilawith Eddie Davila2h 46m Intermediate
Data in our lives1m 50s
Episode One: Predictions
Episode Two: Discrimination
Episode Three: Ethical Considerations
4. Episode Four: The little chips that control you
Episode Five: The Quantified Self
Episode Six: The fork in the road
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