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March 1, 2024
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Artificial intelligence shares our confidence bias, research reveals

The pronounced positive confidence bias that is a characteristic and apparently irrational trait of human decision-making has been replicated and dissected using an artificial intelligence (AI) model. The unnerving result, published in Nature Communications by a RIKEN-led team, reveals that our inflated sense of confidence might stem from subtle observational cues.The pronounced positive confidence bias that is a characteristic and apparently irrational trait of human decision-making has been replicated and dissected using an artificial intelligence (AI) model. The unnerving result, published in Nature Communications by a RIKEN-led team, reveals that our inflated sense of confidence might stem from subtle observational cues.

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