Meeting Summary: At this meeting we will survey the contributions, methods, and ideas of core SFI researchers (and a few external folks) in the fields of computational social science writ large. These will include genetic algorithms, rule-based systems, agent-based systems, circuit-based formalisms, game theoretic frameworks, decision-making models, social networks, and collective behavior/computation. We will produce a collection of provocative manifestos to serve as counterfactual research agendas for the future of computational social science that propose how it might overcome the data, rigour, and theoretical challenges it currently faces.
Collins Conference Room
US Mountain Time
Our campus is closed to the public for this event.
Jessica Flack and David Krakauer