Multiagent Persuasion and Online Misinformation

Gustavo Moreira
In the study of complex multi-agent environments, understanding what incentive structures result in cooperation is crucial to effectively encouraging cooperation and preventing undue competition. Said understanding would be particularly useful in contexts in which large groups of agents act largely independently from each other and in such a way where their actions cannot be controlled, but rather indirectly influenced. One such real-world scenario is social media communication online, as users act largely outside of the...
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