Things I read last week… (WB 23 August 2021)
The death of Behavioural Economics.
Is ‘The Sunk Cost Fallacy’ not a fallacy?
“… panic selling and freakouts are predictable and fundamentally different from other well-known behavioral patterns such as overtrading or the disposition effect. Investors who are male, or above the age of 45, or married, or have more dependents, or who self-identify as having excellent investment experience or knowledge tend to freak out with greater frequency. “
ML predictions of panic selling. [PDF]
A conversation between Nassim Nicholas Taleb and Stephen Wolfram. [YouTube]
The intersection of medical and semiconductor technology.
Buried interconnects to power next-gen silicon.
An interview with Intel’s Rebecca Weekly on the Open Compute Project.
Progress on Hawking’s black hole information paradox.
An incrementalist vision of 2050.
The biology of the dragonfly. [YouTube]