This workshop meets on specific Tuesdays at 5:45 p.m. in Ro 329.
Please see dates below.
For questions please contact Virginia Bova.
Tuesday, April 2
James Evans (University of Chicago)
"Choosing the Next Experiment: Gains and Losses for Scientists and Society"
"Tradition and Innovation in Scientists' Research Strategies"
Tuesday, April 30
Scott Page (University of Michigan)
"Aggregating Predictions: A Tale of Two Models"
Paper associated with talk: "Interpreted and Generated Signals"
Tuesday, May 7
Winter Mason (Stevens Institute of Technology)
"Collaborative Learning in Networks"
Tuesday, May 28
Noah Goodman (Stanford University)
"The probabilistic language of thought"
Papers Associated with subject:
"Ping Pong in Church: Productive use of concepts in human probabilistic inference"
"How many kinds of reasoning? Inference, probability, and natural language semantics"
"Cause and Intent: Social Reasoning in Causal Learning"
"Predicting pragmatic reasoning in language games"
There are no Rational Choice Workshops during the Winter Quarter.