Much of human error is not even attributable to a systematic cause, but to “noise.” When people think about error, we tend to think about biases. […] But in fact, a lot of the errors that people make is simply noise, in the sense that it’s random, unpredictable, it cannot be explained.
Author: Daniel Kahneman
Source: [email protected]
Subjects: Organizational Behavior, Personality / Behavior, Thought