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Category Archives: Rationality
Israel AGT Day, Reichman University, March 5, 2023
We are running tomorrow the annual Israeli workshop in algorithmic game theory. Where: Reichman University. The conference will take place in room EL03, Adelson building. Program: here. Registration: here (free). Main speakers: Moshe Babaioff (Microsoft Research), Gil Kalai (Reichman University … Continue reading
To cheer you up in difficult times 26: Two reallife lectures yesterday at the Technion
After 16 months without lecturing to an audience in my same location, I gave yesterday two lectures at the Technion in front of a live audience (and some additional audience in remote locations). The main lecture was in COMSOC 2021, … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Convex polytopes, Economics, Games, Rationality
Tagged COMSOC 2021
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Benjamini and Mossel’s 2000 Account: Sensitivity of Voting Schemes to Mistakes and Manipulations
Here is a popular account by Itai Benjamini and Elchanan Mossel from 2000 written shortly after the 2000 US presidential election. Elchanan and Itai kindly agreed that I will publish it here, for the first time, 20 years later! I … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Games, Probability, Rationality
Tagged Elchanan Mossel, Itai Benjamini
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Game Theory – online Course at IDC, Herzliya
Game theory, a graduate course at IDC, Herzliya; Lecturer: Gil Kalai; TA: Einat Wigderson, ZOOM mentor: Ethan. Starting Tuesday March 31, I am giving an online course (in Hebrew) on Game theory at IDC, Herzliya (IDC English site; IDC Chinese … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Computer Science and Optimization, Economics, Games, Rationality, Teaching
Tagged Game theory, Games
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Is it Legitimate/Ethical for Google to close Google+?
Update April 2, 2019: the links below are not working anymore. Google Plus is a nice social platform with tens of millions participants. I found it especially nice for scientific posts, e.g. by John Baez, Moshe Vardi, or about symplectic … Continue reading
An Interview with Yisrael (Robert) Aumann
I was privileged to join Menachem Yaari and Sergiu Hart in interviewing Yisrael Aumann. The interview is in Hebrew. It is an initiative of the Israel Academy of Sciences and the Humanities. For our non Hebrew speakers here is in … Continue reading
Posted in Academics, Games, Geometry, Rationality
Tagged Menachem Yaari, Robert Aumann, Sergiu Hart
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שינוי 2015 – שאלה לנתניהו
בנימין נתניהו, מדוע פרקת את הממשלה ערב מאבק גורלי בנושא קיומי עם נשיא ארצות הברית זה לא מסתדר העניין הזה: זה הרי חוסר אחריות נוראי לפרק את הממשלה ממש לפני עימות מכריע על נושא קיומי, אז מה הסיבה לכך זה כמו … Continue reading