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Arguments for Recovering Cooperation Conclusions that some have drawn from
 

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Arguments for Recovering Cooperation
Conclusions that some have drawn from
l i f i ' dilanalysis of prisoner's dilemma:
the game theory notion of rational action is
wrong!
somehow the dilemma is being formulated
wrongly
This isn't rational. We may not defect for a few
cents. If sucker's payoff really hurts, more likely to
be rational.
Wool6Iterated Games 1
Arguments to recover cooperation:
We are not all selfcentered! But sometimes we are
only nice because there is a punishment. If we don't
give up seat on bus, we receive rude stares.
If this were true, places like Honor Copy would be
exploited.
The other prisoner is my twin! When I decide what to
do, the other agent will do the same. (but can't force it,

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences