The field of study is used in everything from auctions to baseball, but it’s often misunderstood, thanks to Hollywood.
Today AI can play mistake-free poker; will it solve national security next?
A study from the Ohio State University looks into the physics of bouncing on trampolines.
How long can you get ahead by screwing other people over?
Teaching people game theory is good. Making them live it is even better, says UCLA professor Peter Nonacs.
As with any good experiment, knowing your initial conditions is key.
Believe it or not, your robots may soon be lying to you. But you don’t have to take our word...
The Pentagon's DARPA agency wanted to know how to filter trustworthy information from social networks; MIT had the answer
The author of Rock, Paper, Scissors talks about game theory Plus, read on for a PopSci.com giveaway!
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