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Cedric Perret
Cedric Perret
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Lausanne
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Trusting intelligent machines: Deepening trust within socio-technical systems
P Andras, L Esterle, M Guckert, TA Han, PR Lewis, K Milanovic, T Payne, ...
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 37 (4), 76-83, 2018
1472018
When to (or not to) trust intelligent machines: Insights from an evolutionary game theory analysis of trust in repeated games
TA Han, C Perret, ST Powers
Cognitive Systems Research 68, 111-124, 2021
432021
The cultural evolution and ecology of institutions
TE Currie, M Campenni, A Flitton, T Njagi, E Ontiri, C Perret, L Walker
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1828), 20200047, 2021
352021
Cost-efficient interventions for promoting fairness in the ultimatum game
T Cimpeanu, C Perret, TA Han
Knowledge-Based Systems 233, 107545, 2021
342021
From disorganized equality to efficient hierarchy: how group size drives the evolution of hierarchy in human societies
C Perret, E Hart, ST Powers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1928), 20200693, 2020
302020
The evolution of moral rules in a model of indirect reciprocity with private assessment
C Perret, M Krellner, TA Han
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 23581, 2021
252021
Predation shapes the impact of cancer on population dynamics and the evolution of cancer resistance
C Perret, C Gidoin, B Ujvari, F Thomas, B Roche
Evolutionary Applications 13 (7), 1733-1744, 2020
202020
Social diversity reduces the complexity and cost of fostering fairness
T Cimpeanu, A Di Stefano, C Perret, TA Han
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 167, 113051, 2023
192023
Emergence of hierarchy from the evolution of individual influence in an agent-based model
C Perret, ST Powers, E Hart
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings, 348-355, 2017
82017
Being a leader or being the leader: The evolution of institutionalised hierarchy
C Perret, E Hart, ST Powers
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings, 171-178, 2019
52019
Can justice be fair when it is blind? How social network structures can promote or prevent the evolution of despotism
C Perret, ST Powers, J Pitt, E Hart
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings, 288-295, 2018
52018
Promoting fair proposers, fair responders or both? Cost-efficient interference in the spatial ultimatum game
T Cimpeanu, C Perret, TA Han
arXiv preprint arXiv:2102.03461, 2021
42021
Playing the political game: the coevolution of institutions with group size and political inequality
ST Powers, C Perret, TE Currie
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 378 (1883), 20220303, 2023
32023
Modelling the role of environmental circumscription in the evolution of inequality
C Perret, TE Currie
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 378 (1883), 20220291, 2023
22023
The cultural evolution of sociopolitical organization: examining how evolutionary processes acting at different scales have shaped history’s broadest patterns
TE Currie, C Perret
22023
An investigation of the role of leadership in consensus decision-making
C Perret, ST Powers
Journal of Theoretical Biology 543, 111094, 2022
22022
An evolutionary game theory analysis of trust in repeated games and lessons for human-machine interactions
C Perret, ST Powers
ALIFE 2021: The 2021 Conference on Artificial Life, 2021
12021
Code supporting The Cultural Evolution & Ecology of Institutions
T Currie, M Campenni, A Flitton, T Njagi, E Ontiri, C Perret, L Walker
University of Exeter, 2021
2021
Multilevel Cultural Landscapes in Natural Resource Governance: A case study of community conservancies in Northern Kenya
T Currie, L Walker, M Campenni, C Perret, E Ontiri
John Templeton Press, 2021
2021
When to (or not to) trust intelligent machines: Insights from an evolutionary game theory analysis of trust in repeated games
C Perret, ST Powers
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2007.11338, 2020
2020
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