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Max is not an expert in many things. I’d put the following on his expertise list: sleeping, eating whatever is in front of him, and looking cute. 732 more words

Freakonomics and Expertise: What's Missing?

This week’s episode of Freakonomics Radio is about the topic of expertise.1 As someone working towards a PhD studying expertise, I listened with interest: it’s reasonably rare to hear an in-depth discussion about this field, and trying to comprehend other people’s takes upon the subject and reconcile them with the work I’ve been doing. 1,277 more words


X is for Scandals and eXpertise

My A to Z 2016 theme is how to pursue an interest in family history/genealogy – I’d love you to join me on the journey. 478 more words

A To Z 2016

OBGR' s Joe Caufield Guest Blogs for PRIMA

OneBeacon Government Risks’ Joe Caufield  is featured on the Public Risk Management Association’s  (PRIMA) blog this week. His guest post, “Privatizing Government Services” discusses the emerging trend in the Public Sector. 13 more words


[WWW13] From Amateurs to Connoisseurs

Paper title:

From Amateurs to Connoisseurs: Modelling the Evolution of users Expertise through Online reviews

  Motivation:  Expertise and novices have different taste. (showed by diff in there ratings in different category) 104 more words

Paper Reading

Revival - on a path to expertise

It’s time to revive my blog after many months of silence. I have been absorbed by my studies, and as blog postings have not been included in the tasks of the courses I’ve attended, I have been neglecting the blog simply due to having to prioritize things. 1,032 more words