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Getting people to cooperate more

Our intuitions are not fixed at birth. We develop social rules of thumb for interpersonal behavior based on the interactions we have. 

Change those interactions, and you change behavior.

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These models represent collections of individual people described by computer algorithms that capture a specific set of traits, such as a tendency to cooperate or not.

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There seems to be evolutionary logic to the human ability to cooperate but adjust if necessary. To trust, but verify. 

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