13 people gathered at the Martin School to discuss agent-based modelling. About half the participants were doctoral students beginning to explore agent-based modelling as a possible part of their thesis research. The other half are researchers using agent-based modelling. Models discussed ranged from food security and gender equality, tropical deforestation, ethology-based robotics, farming in Vietnam, colonies of termites with simulated neural nets, modelling AI development, and international relations.
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