Why you don’t really know what you know | Curio

Why you don’t really know what you know

23 mins | Nov 8, 2020

Understanding the individual’s ability to amass knowledge and society’s role in possessing it. Matthew Hutson, from MIT Technology Review, explains why one of the world’s biggest science experiments shows why everybody needs to re-examine what it means to know something, especially in light of increased political polarisation and misinformation making it hard to know whom or what to trust.

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From MIT Technology Review