Monthly Archives: March 2024

Thinking, fast and slow – about Daniel Kahneman.

With the passing of Daniel Kahneman on March 27, the world lost a distinguished intellect. A Nobel prizewinner, his impact on economics and the social sciences more broadly has proved enduring and profound. Case in point: his ideas underlie and … Continue reading

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A hidden gem at the AMS 2024 Annual Meeting? Rising Voices.

 “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”  – Mark Twain? (No, not really[1].) The AMS 2024 Annual Meeting reflected two major trends. The first is the rapid … Continue reading

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The AMS 2024 Annual Meeting: Schumpeter’s gale hits, this time from the user side.

The previous LOTRW post focused on the growth and importance of AI to the meteorology and to the AMS 2024 Annual Meeting. To recap: The rapid growth of AI’s capabilities and reach are transforming research and science-based services in meteorology, … Continue reading

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