Computational models of cooperation in underprivileged communities

Gilberto Díaz

Collaboration with Hugo Gonzalez from the Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy, The Ohio State University
Collaboration with Andrés Felipe Zambrano

Use artificial intelligence to develop computational tools that first, provide a better understanding of the dynamics of a community that implements informal financial cooperation strategies. Second, to design new strategies where these limitations are minimized. Finally, to design portable tools at a low cost that provide advice to community members on how to cooperate under these strategies.


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