The term ‘ultracrepidarian’ originated from the Latin phrase ‘sutor, ne supra crepidam’ linked to a story involving painter Apelles of Kos. It explores the Dunning-Kruger effect and the rise of ultracrepidarians in the digital age. The article concludes with a quote from Socrates on knowledge and humility.

​The term ‘ultracrepidarian’ originated from the Latin phrase ‘sutor, ne supra crepidam’ linked to a story involving painter Apelles of Kos. It explores the Dunning-Kruger effect and the rise of ultracrepidarians in the digital age. The article concludes with a quote from Socrates on knowledge and humility. 

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