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“We should stop training radiologists right now!”

“They should stop training radiologists now. It’s just completely obvious within five years that deep learning is going to do better than radiologists. It might take ten years, but we’ve got plenty of radiologists already. I said this at a … Continue reading

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Kenneth Arrow dies at 95 and what is it about longevity and to economists?

An econ icon sadly passed away at 95 yesterday but what a life. Below is a link to what the NY Times’ wrote about this most excellent theoretical economist, the first to win a Nobel Prize in Economics. What is … Continue reading

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Economist Charles Schultze has died

Economic adviser to President Carter, Charles L. Schultze, died yesterday at age 91. His book, “Memos to the President” is one of the first economics books I read but kept wondering “How do I know he is right?” That’s macro … Continue reading

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