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Information networks, truth and value.

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The talk describes both experimental work and simulations examining the extent to which communication across social networks affects the accuracy of our beliefs. In particular, the talk will examine the effect of network topology on accuracy on polarisation of beliefs in rational agents, highlighting the impact of non-motivational factors on information spread and belief revision.

This talk is part of the Zangwill Club series.

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