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Forecasting is not just about mathematics and statistics, it is also about human judgement. However, people, including experts, sometimes make terrible forecasts. How can people be less terrible at predicting the future? Psychologist and management professor Philip Tetlock may have the answer. The co-leader of the Good Judgement Project, Tetlock feels that forecasts and predictions can be improved by following a certain set of rules. His research proves that there are many people from ordinary walks of life who outperform experts when it comes to predicting future events. How do these non-experts called super-forecasters do it? To find out...read on.