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ISSUE-17 (Mitch): Uncertainty vs. accuracy

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ISSUE-17 (Mitch): Uncertainty vs. accuracy

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Raised by: Mitch Kokar
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I would not claim that standardization of uncertainty will lead to "accurate reasoning". No matter what, the result will be uncertain. However, it will be consistent with the intention of the annotator of the uncertainty.
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