Kahneman interview

Xavier Prida dr.xavier.prida at GMAIL.COM
Sun Feb 3 21:56:11 UTC 2019


Art,
          I second your advocacy for second reads and co-decision making.
And, I like you was surprised by his stated futility to become de-biased.
That is where his remedy of "thinking again" has play.
As a cardiologist involved in team deliberations(Heart Valve Team, Heart
Revascularization Team) second and third reads are embedded with "wisdom of
the cloud" final disposition. As stated by Mrs. Meers- "It's so sad to be
all alone in the world"- and, dangerous in medicine.

Regards,    Xavier


* praesent superare odio  (r**ise above)*

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On Sun, Feb 3, 2019 at 2:33 PM Art Papier <apapier at visualdx.com> wrote:

> Thanks for sharing!   Great interview with many fascinating threads, and
> some new thoughts on the randomness of error, and how all error is not due
> to cognitive bias.  Towards the conclusion we hear that Dr. Kahneman in not
> a believer in cognitive debiasing…. saying essentially we are too busy
> making errors to recognize that we are making errors.  He asserts we should
> be thinking about how we recognize other peoples errors.  In made me think
> of the session at DEM on perceptual errors in diagnostic imaging and the
> very positive role of second reads in radiology….whether by humans or AI to
> recognize errors.  Perhaps either co-decision making, or AI “second
> opinions” is an area we should all be further exploring.
>
> Best
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> Art
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> Art Papier MD
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> CEO VisualDx
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> Associate Professor of Dermatology and Medical Informatics
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> University of Rochester College of Medicine
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> *From:* Xavier Prida <dr.xavier.prida at GMAIL.COM>
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> On "thinking again"- not changing your mind, error, and bias - the latter
> two are not always linked.
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> https://onbeing.org/programs/daniel-kahneman-why-we-contradict-ourselves-and-confound-each-other-jan2019/
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> XEP
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>  *praesent superare odio  **(rise above)*
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> Xavier E. Prida MD FACC FSCAI
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> Assistant Professor of Medicine
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> Program Director Cardiology Fellowship Training
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> USF Morsani College of Medicine
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> Department of Cardiovascular Sciences
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> 2 Tampa General Circle
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> STC 5 th Floor
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> Tampa, Fl 33606
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> 813 259 0992(O)
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