"Oxford mathematician Peter Donnelly reveals the common
mistakes humans make in interpreting statistics -- and
the devastating impact these errors can have on the
outcome of criminal trials."
Tags: criminal justice, jury trials, law, mathematics, Peter Donnelly, statistical analysis, statistics, TED, TEDTalks
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