When Ignorance is Bliss

27 Jul 2014 Peter D. Grunwald Joseph Y. Halpern

It is commonly-accepted wisdom that more information is better, and that information should never be ignored. Here we argue, using both a Bayesian and a non-Bayesian analysis, that in some situations you are better off ignoring information if your uncertainty is represented by a set of probability measures... (read more)

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