Antifragility

Antifragility is a property of systems in which they increase in capability to thrive as a result of stressors, shocks, volatility, noise, mistakes, faults, attacks, or failures. The concept was developed by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his book, Antifragile, and in technical papers. As Taleb explains in his book, antifragility is fundamentally different from the concepts of resiliency and robustness. The concept has been applied in risk analysis, physics, molecular biology, transportation planning, engineering, aerospace, and computer science.




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