Gerd Gigerenzer of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy explains why we need more risk literacy in this day and age.
Event Highlights - Thursday
"We have failed to teach the public about risk," said Gerd Gigerenzer. He says most professionals don't understand the numbers they deal with, and that includes judges, doctors and politicians.
Breakout presenters are JMP users who have solved real problems with the software. The steering committee selects presentations that will show JMP interactively and instigate conversations about how to use analytics across an organization.
JMP users gather around a demo station to ask questions of the developers who spend their days perfecting the software's platforms.
Delegates hear how speakers solved real-world problems with the strategic implementation of analytic methods and statistical techniques.
Martin Owen of Insight by Design gives examples of the potential for JMP 14's projects to be used as a teaching tool.
Conversations in the Discovery Expo center on exploring data and overcoming obstacles with JMP features and functionality.
Martin Demel of JMP and Alfredo López Navarro of Telefónica Germany use JMP to present a compelling description of little-known facts about the RMS Titanic disaster.
Distinguished Research Fellow Bradley Jones gives the last talk of the day on the cost of certitude.
Delegates say their goodbyes at the closing reception.