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From neural and social cooperation to the global emergence of cognition

By Paolo Grigolini, Nicola Piccinni, Adam Svenkeson, Pensri Pramukkul, David Lambert and Bruce J. West

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This article elaborates on a discussion of the emergence of intelligence via criticality as a consequence of locality breakdown, by using criticality for the foundation of a novel generation of game theory making the local interaction between players yield long-range effects

Topics: temporal complexity, phase transition, criticality-induced synchronization, game theory, behavioral psychology, neural and social criticality
Publisher: Frontiers Research Foundation
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.3389/fbioe.2015.00078
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