A significant amount of human activity involves people working together in groups, whether competitively, cooperatively, or collaboratively. Increasingly, these groups also involve computer systems acting autonomously or as proxies for individual people or organizations.  

    The human-computer decision-making lab (hdm@bgu) at  Ben-Gurion University focuses on the analysis and design of agent-technologies for interacting with people using a multi-faceted approach, drawing on artificial intelligence (knowledge representation and learning), psychology (social and cognitive factors), and economics (behavioral game theoretic paradigms). 

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