Event Detail

Wed Jan 31, 2024
Berkeley Way West, Room 8034
10 AM–3 PM
Ashish Goel, Paul Gölz, Wesley Holliday, Zoi Terzopoulou
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Computational Social Choice

This one-day workshop at CHAI, Berkeley, focuses on the burgeoning field of computational social choice. It aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, bringing together experts from various academic backgrounds to explore the intricate facets of collective decision-making. This event is ideal for researchers, practitioners, and students interested in the intersection of computer science, economics, political science, and philosophy. Invited talks will be given by Ashish Goel (Stanford), Paul Gölz (Simons Laufer Mathematical Institute), Wesley Holliday (Berkeley), and Zoi Terzopoulou (Saint-Etienne). There will be a break for lunch from noon to 1pm.