“We teach the students that there’s a hierarchy of decision making,” he says. “One thing you can do is what’s always been done. The second thing is you could just think about whether what you’re doing is the right thing. The third step in the hierarchy is you could take the data you have and try to analyse it. But the problem is that it’s often not the right data. The fourth rung would be an accidental experiment. The fifth would be to go out and generate the idealised data you would like to have.”
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