Causal Ambiguity

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What is Causal Ambiguity?

Causal ambiguity is a type of uncertainty that arises when it is difficult to determine the cause of an event or outcome. It can occur when there are multiple possible causes for a given effect, or when the cause-and-effect relationship is not clearly understood. This can make it difficult to identify the root cause of a problem or to predict the consequences of an action.

In some cases, causal ambiguity can be resolved through further investigation or analysis. However, in other cases, it may be impossible to definitively determine the cause of an event due to a lack of information or other limitations. Causal ambiguity can have significant implications for decision-making and risk management, as it can make it difficult to assess the likelihood and impact of different outcomes.

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