Yale School of Management

The Second Conference on Zero/Minimal Intelligence Agents [Virtual]

October 21 – 23, 2021

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2021 website under construction.

2020 Conference website and program: ZIconference.net

Zero-intelligence (ZI) and Minimal-intelligence (MI) agents have provided valuable insights into how rules of engagement and institutional structures affect outcomes. This virtual 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, Politics and Humanities
  • Computer Science, AI, and Machine Learning
  • Engineering, Automation, Telecommunications, and Information Systems and Control
  • Energy, Fuel, and Ecological Sciences
  • Mathematics, Statistical Physics, and Complexity
  • ZI/MI Software

Questions? Please email us at: ZIconference@yale.edu if you have questions about attending, presenting  your work, or participating in some other manner.

Organizing Committee: Friederike Wall (University of Klagenfurt), Stephan Leitner (University of Klagenfu
rt), Dave Cliff (University of Bristol), Dan Gode (New York University), Shyam Sunder (Yale School of Management) and Shabnam Mousavi (Max Planck Institute, Berlin)  Conference Administrator: Elizabeth Viloudaki (Yale School of Management). Scientific Committee: Jasmina Arifovic, Yuji Aruka, Robert Axtell, Edgardo Bucciarelli, Shu-Heng Chen, Dave Cliff, J. Doyne Farmer, Gerd Gigerenzer, Dan Gode, Daniel Ladley, Stephan Leitner, Shabnam Mousavi, Paola Pellizzari, Marco Remondino, Larry Samuelson, Shyam Sunder, Marco Tolotti, Friederike Wall.