Game Theory 101
What do election politics, reality television, and murderous pigeons have in common? Game theory — the study of conflicts of interest. Come enjoy this highly-interactive, no-math survey of key ideas and theorems of this fascinating science. This is (I mean it!) the last time this lecture will be given, so bring your curiosity and life experiences. Please plan to arrive on time or a little early for reasons that will become apparent during the lecture!
Oriel D. Maximé spend much of his spare time with computers, puzzles, and games, both theory and practice.
Tentative Date Time
Saturday, October 27th at 4:30 PM
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