Error: n. deviating from (truth and/or accuracy) and/or rightness and the deviation is the largest when antonyms such as untruth and/or wrong are used to identify these deviation extremes

In humans these errors are frequently caused by (bad and/or wrong judgments) and/or (ignorance and/or carelessness) and/or inattention.


What is the difference between an error and a mistake? A mistake is basically a frequently unintentional error.


A mistake is made by a human and an error is made by a logical thinking human or a robot and is a more objective mistake. Machines can make true errors and humans frequently make subjective mistakes instead of objective ones.


Accuracy is the key and if you make accurate statements based on as many facts as possible then you will frequently not be accused of erring much.

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