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The Practicalities of Predicting The Future

This post is part of an ongoing series of research updates by Bambu, a financial technology company I started in 2016. The theme of these posts is predicting the future. You can find part one here, sharing the results of a survey we ran about people’s attitude towards their future.

So, you think I’m kidding about predicting the future? Just hear me out. Predicting the future is not only possible, but even simple, if you stack the probabilities on your side by making precise statements about the object and time of the prediction.




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Aki Ranin

Aki Ranin

Thinks about the future a lot. Founder of two startups. Lives in Singapore.

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