An Introduction to Computational Complexity Theory Applied to Human Decision-Making
The next ICCPM webinar is fast approaching, and we’re going to dive into the applications of computational complexity theory (CCT) on human decision making.
On 15 March at 12:00pm, participants can expect to learn:
- A brief introduction into computational complexity theory (CCT)
- The results from a series of laboratory experiments investigating the effects of computational complexity on human decision-making
- Findings about the effect on decision-making under stress, and when given tools to help solve the problem
- Live Q&A session with the speakers
CCT studies the computational resource requirements of solving computational problems. This webinar will present a brief introduction to the theory followed by the results of a series of laboratory experiments investigating the effects of computational complexity on human decision-making. This includes its effect on decision-making under stress, as well as when given tools to help solve the problem.
Registrations close 14 March (or once fully booked). FREE for ICCPM members*, or A$24.95.
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