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Welcome! Less Wrong is a community for people who value science and rationality. Less Wrong members aim to develop accurate predictive models of the world, and change their mind when they find evidence disconfirming those models, instead of falling v

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How do we make and enact better decisions? In the early 1970s, a retailer, projecting their growth forward into the future, began construction on a 108 story office building in downtown Chicago. It was never fully used by the company and large portio

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Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability­

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Interested in improving your reasoning and decision-making skills? Want to make the world the best place it can be? Less Wrong and Effective Altruism are two world-wide movements about using rational thought and science to get the most effect. We hop

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"Effective altruism is all about combining empathy, reason and evidence. By carefully considering what we value, and by working together to find the best ways of achieving that, we can each do an amazing amount of good." -Centre for Effective Altruis

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Effective Altruists
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Less Wrong started off as an online community devoted to improving human rationality. We're building an in-person community of effective, rational, awesome people here in Jacksonville. We're passionate about using the latest science to do this, in pa

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Thinkers and Doers
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Are you interested in technology not just as a petty tool but as an evolutionary accelerator? Do you envisage a limitless world free of sufferings? Do you constantly think about being more rational, productive, ethical, etc?... Then you are a Transhu

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A group for readers of lesswrong.com and anyone else interested in the same meme-space: overcoming cognitive biases, optimizing literally everything, arguing philosophy, discussing science news and preparing for the arrival of our AI overlords. To ge

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March 8, 2014

Interested in improving your reasoning and decision-making skills? Want to make the world the best place it can be? Less Wrong and Effective Altruism are two world-wide movements about using rational thought and science to get the most effect. We hop

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Humans
February 20, 2014

Are you interested in technology not just as a petty tool but as an evolutionary accelerator? Do you envisage a limitless world free of sufferings? Do you constantly think about being more rational, productive, ethical, etc?... Then you are a Transhu

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Transhumans
January 31, 2014

"Effective altruism is all about combining empathy, reason and evidence. By carefully considering what we value, and by working together to find the best ways of achieving that, we can each do an amazing amount of good." -Centre for Effective Altruis

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Effective Altruists
January 6, 2014

A group for readers of lesswrong.com and anyone else interested in the same meme-space: overcoming cognitive biases, optimizing literally everything, arguing philosophy, discussing science news and preparing for the arrival of our AI overlords. To ge

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Aspiring Rationalists
November 9, 2013

Less Wrong started off as an online community devoted to improving human rationality. We're building an in-person community of effective, rational, awesome people here in Jacksonville. We're passionate about using the latest science to do this, in pa

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Thinkers and Doers
July 27, 2013

Welcome! Less Wrong is a community for people who value science and rationality. Less Wrong members aim to develop accurate predictive models of the world, and change their mind when they find evidence disconfirming those models, instead of falling v

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Aspiring Rationalists
January 15, 2013

Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability­

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Members
September 4, 2012

How do we make and enact better decisions? In the early 1970s, a retailer, projecting their growth forward into the future, began construction on a 108 story office building in downtown Chicago. It was never fully used by the company and large portio

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Aspiring Rationalists
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