I tend to stay in the ambiguous zone visually, which is not a pleasant place to be in. A bit skeptical of what I see far too much of the time. It’s really a waste of cognitive resources as I have to consciously ignore ambiguity and “choose”. Waste of an extra moment or two far too much in the day. Might be ADHD related, I don’t know. There’s a Bayesian-based theory about ADHD having something to with the error rate in the current moment is SO overwhelming that it overwhelms whatever influence the PRIORS might have, making the kind of incremental Bayesian learning very difficult, forcing them to rely on other means that are a little more conscious and less efficient.

I tend to stay in the ambiguous zone visually, which is not a pleasant place to be in. A bit skeptical of what I see far too much of the time. It’s really a waste of cognitive resources as I have to consciously ignore ambiguity and “choose”. Waste of an extra moment or two far too much in the day.
Might be ADHD related, I don’t know. There’s a Bayesian-based theory about ADHD having something to with the error rate in the current moment is SO overwhelming that it overwhelms whatever influence the PRIORS might have, making the kind of incremental Bayesian learning very difficult, forcing them to rely on other means that are a little more conscious and less efficient.

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