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Each one is a set of questions we’re fascinated by and hypotheses we’re testing.
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Mousa’s research hinges on the “contact hypothesis,” the idea that positive interactions among rival group members can reduce prejudices.
Do more research on it, come up with a hypothesis as to why it underperforms, and try to improve it.
Now is the time to test your hypotheses to figure out what’s changing in your customers’ worlds, and address these topics directly.
Whether computing power alone is enough to fuel continued machine learning breakthroughs is a source of debate, but it seems clear we’ll be able to test the hypothesis.
Once you have the data in front of you it’s time to start coming up with test hypotheses, these can be as simple or as complex as you like, but you should always be testing something.
To that end, the very name might be misleading, since the hypothesis is that the Illyrian helmets were first manufactured in the Peloponnese region of Greece.
“We wanted to use the data we collected to generate hypotheses about how environment and genes impact a child’s brain development,” says Jean Golding.
He comes up with a design idea, tests his hypothesis and observes the results.
A few months ago, my team used the Freakonomics Twitter account to gather some data on my hypothesis that most of what we are teaching kids right now in high-school math is pretty useless.

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