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Theory, Evolution, and Games Group
A blog about theoretical computer science, evolution, and game theory.
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For the final — third — day of the Santa Fe Institute workshop on “What is Biological Computation?” (11 – 13 September) ..read more
In the earlier days of TheEGG, I used to write extensively about the themes of some of the smaller conferences and workshops that I ..read more
This week, I was visiting the Santa Fe Institute for a workshop organized by Albert Kao, Jessica Flack, and David Wolpert on “What is ..read more
Bayesianism is one of the more popular frameworks in cognitive science. Alongside other similar probalistic models of cognition, it is ..read more

In his 1951 paper on the “Two Dogmas of Empiricism”, W.V.O Quine introduced the Web of Belief as a metaphor for his holistic ..read more
This week I was in Turku, Finland for the annual congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology. I presented in the symposium ..read more

One of the most interesting ongoing problems in metascience right now is the replication crisis. This a methodological crisis around the ..read more

A couple of days ago, Maylin and I went to pick blackberries along some trails near our house. We spent a number of hours doing it and ..read more
‘Power-law’ is one of the biggest buzzwords in complexology. Almost everything is a power-law. I’ve even used it to sell my own work ..read more

A few weeks ago, David Basanta reached out to me (and many other members of the mathematical oncology community) about building a ..read more

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