Preference Handling

Different situations, wherein humans interact among themselves or through technologies in hybrid socio-technical systems, resemble social dilemmas, i.e. situations wherein participants have to select between short-term personal profits and long-term social benefits. The behavioural outcome in those dilemmas is very much dependent on how successful the participants are in calculating the risk associated to the uncertainty of future rewards and on anticipating the opponents’ choices. With preference handling we aim to study those decisions focusing on social and technological problems relating to risk games.

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Coordinating Human and Agent Behaviour in Collective-Risk Scenarios