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Confidence is in the numbers
Join us as we talk to Associate professor Harry Crane who specialises in probability, statistics, logic, and the foundations of complex data analysis. Harry also talks about both the mathematical side and the emotional side of any probabilistic situation, revealing how intuition is just as important as hard numbers and perfect models. Harry also reveals how he used numbers to predict the 2016 US federal election going against the consensus that Hillary Clinton would win.
Harry Crane is a scholar who specialises in statistics and probability. He is currently Associate Professor and Chancellor’s Excellence Scholar in statistics at Rutgers University.