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David H. Freedman is a science journalist and author covering health, business, policy, and societal challenges, with a special focus on exploring trends that impact population health.

He writes for publications including Inc, Politico, Scientific American and The Atlantic. In 2010 he wrote a book called ‘Wrong: Why Experts Keep Failing Us – And How to Know When Not to Trust Them’.

We revisit the topics from this fascinating book and more including how frequently experts get it wrong, the bias & corruption in research, how correlation is not causation, cognitive bias and its influence in today’s political climate, climate change, minimum living wage, and how Silicon Valley is determining our future through private equity.


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