#4 Distributed Computation: Game Theory
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In this episode co-hosts Regan and Phil jump dive into a discussion around a branch of research whose important applicability to computer science is often overlooked: Game Theory. Game Theory is the study of optimal strategic decision making and resulting multiplayer equilibria in a multitude of environments and scenarios known as games. In the world of computer science this has an impact on artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, distributed systems, and internet protocols to name but a few branches. Outside of computer scienece it is an important study of decision making and strategising in economics and political science. Join us in our discussion!

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