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|experts exchange login||0.87||0.6||6528||84|
|experts in english crossword||1.1||0.1||6638||85|
|experts in english||0.45||0.9||7104||100|
|experts crossword clue||1.08||0.9||2927||41|
|experts nfl picks||0.04||0.4||4622||30|
|experts in english nyt crossword||0.53||0.1||7204||6|
|experts on sight||1.19||0.5||6080||72|
|experts in money||0.84||0.4||9670||92|
|experts talk about dyeing hair||0.58||1||9485||31|
|experts pick college bowl games||1.1||0.8||9758||35|
use "expert in " in a sentence He claimed to be an expert in finance. He has become expert in hiding his true feeling. She is an expert in mathematics. He is an expert in astronomy. He is an expert in economics. It is said that she is an expert in skiing. He is an expert in the area of the effects of pollution on ocean plankton.How to use experts?
How to use experts — and when not to. We make important decisions every day -- and we often rely on experts to help us decide. But, says economist Noreena Hertz, relying too much on experts can be limiting and even dangerous. She calls for us to start democratizing expertise -- to listen not only to "surgeons and CEOs, but also to shop staff."Can we trust the experts?
We trust many kinds of experts. We should trust them all—as long as we can verify they have the expertise that deserves trust. But we give anyone the kind of trust they deserve: merely probable. Yet that does not mean chaos and complete uncertainty.