3rd Games, Agents & Incentives Workshop (GAIW)@AAMAS 2021

Online - May 3rd or 4th, 2021

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Over the past two decades, the focus of agent incentives in decentralised and centralised AI systems has increased dramatically. These issues come up when designing preference aggregation mechanisms and markets; computing equilibria and bidding strategies; facilitating cooperation among agents; and fairly dividing resources.

Games, Agents and Incentives is a confederated workshop which focuses (obviously…) on agents and incentives in AI. In particular on game theory (cooperative and non-cooperative), social choice, and agent-mediated e-commerce aspects of AI systems. The confederated workshop merges multiple workshops that have been associated with AAMAS in the past, which considered different aspects of the general interplay between AI and economics:

  • CoopMAS: Cooperative Games in Multi-agent Systems
  • AMEC: Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce
  • EXPLORE: Exploring Beyond the Worst Case in Computational Social Choice

Papers will be invited under the following topics:

  • Algorithmic mechanism design
  • Auctions
  • Behavioral Game Theory
  • Bounded rationality
  • Cooperative Games
  • Computational advertising
  • Computational aspects of equilibria
  • Computational social choice
  • Coalitions, coordination, collective action, and cooperation
  • Economic aspects of security and privacy
  • Economic aspects of distributed and network computing
  • Equilibrium computation
  • Empirical approaches to e-markets
  • Fairness (in ML & elsewhere)
  • Fair Division
  • Incentives in machine learning
  • Information and attention economics
  • Learning in games (e.g., solution concepts and equilibria)
  • Matching and Matching Markets
  • Negotiation
  • Price differentiation and price dynamics
  • Social networks
  • Trading agent design and analysis
  • Uncertainty in AI and economics
Monday, May 3, 2021 - 8:30am to Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 4:30pm