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The prisoner's dilemma (or prisoners' dilemma) is a canonical example of a game analyzed in game theory that shows why two individuals might not cooperate, even if it appears that it is in their best interests to do so. It was originally framed by Merrill Flood and Melvin Dresher working at RAND in 1950. Albert W. Tucker formalized the game with prison sentence rewards and gave it the name "prisoner's dilemma" (Poundstone, 1992), presenting it as follows:

Prisoner's dilemma

Prisoner's dilemma
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SpaceChem Late last year we did a small run of physical copies of SpaceChem. They turned out great, but sold out after a few months. Lately we’ve been getting a lot of requests to purchase physical copies, so something had to be done. Behold - SpaceChem: Limited Edition! Unlike last time, we’re using Kickstarter to fund this round of manufacturing. This will allow us to scale based on interest and hopefully save me from making daily trips to the post office. SpaceChem
Did you know? Boreal forests have their own integrated cooling system! They emit particles that thicken clouds, thus making the ground cooler. Earn neurons by answering science quizzes. Welcome to the island of FORESTIA, world of a thousand forest mysteries. FORESTIA is an island of the GAME FOR SCIENCE virtual world, where you will meet Kalikasan, a very unusual naturalist. FORESTIA – A Simulation Game on Sustainable Forest Management FORESTIA – A Simulation Game on Sustainable Forest Management
Staying Alive - 4 minutes to save a life in 3D

Staying Alive - 4 minutes to save a life in 3D

Live a unique experience and learn, through a realistic 3D simulation, how to save a life. Your colleague just suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed. You have 4 minutes to save him through a virtual experience.Level: BeginnerEnvironment: Professional, office Show high scores A member of your soccer team suddently collapsed during training.
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