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Applied to 1-page outline of Carlsmith's otherness and control series by Nathan Young ago

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Applied to Priors and Prejudice by Tobias D. ago

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Applied to Trapped Priors As A Basic Problem Of Rationality by Jim Babcock ago

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Applied to The Solomonoff Prior is Malign by Mark Xu ago

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Applied to Believing others' priors by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Chapter 49: Prior Information by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to The universal prior is malign by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Learning the prior and generalization by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Learning the prior by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to The prior of a hypothesis does not depend on its complexity by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to A Priori by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Against improper priors by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Against improper priors by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Simplicity priors with reflective oracles by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Revising priors and anthropic reasoning by Ruben Bloom ago

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Applied to Cryonics priors by Ruben Bloom ago

In the context of Bayes's Theorem,

refer generically to the beliefs an agent holds regarding a fact, hypothesis or consequence, before being presented with evidence. Upon being presented with new evidence, the agent can multiply their prior with a likelihood distribution to calculate a new (posterior) probability for their belief.~~Priors~~priors