Bharat Munshi

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While the ability to see colours is innate, their perception is a guided process. Varying across languages and cultures, linguistic vocabulary is one such influence that guides our perception. In colour specifically, the names of colours in a language act as verbal cues that help us memorize and later recognize colours of the spectrum. This makes colour a(More)
In a variety of problem domains, it has been observed that the aggregate opinions of groups are often more accurate than those of the constituent individuals, a phenomenon that has been termed the "wisdom of the crowd." Yet, perhaps surprisingly, there is still little consensus on how generally the phenomenon holds, how best to aggregate crowd judgements,(More)
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