Yale School of Management

The First Conference on Zero/Minimal Intelligence Agents

October 22 – 24, 2020

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Zero-intelligence (ZI) and Minimal-intelligence (MI) agents have provided valuable insights into how rules of engagement and institutional structures affect outcomes. This conference is for sharing insights, findings, theories, applications, and tools regarding ZI and MI agents in the following areas and beyond:

  • Economics, Finance, and Business
  • Psychology, Sociology, and Politics
  • Computer Science, AI, and Machine Learning
  • Engineering, Automation, Telecommunications, Information Systems, and Control
  • Energy, Fuel, and Ecological Sciences
  • Mathematics, Statistical Physics, and Complexity
  • ZI/MI Software

Please write to us at ZIconference@yale.edu regarding attending, presenting your work, organizing a session, or participating in some other manner.

Organizing Committee: Dan Gode (New York University), Shabnam Mousavi (Max Planck Institute, Berlin), Shyam Sunder (Yale School of Management)

Conference Administrator: Elizabeth Viloudaki