C4 and Jessica Flack profiled in essay by Josh Sokol in Quanta Magazine: How Nature Solves Problems Through Computaton
The above essay has been reprinted in The Atlantic
Flack, J.C. In press. Coarsegraining as a downward causation mechanism in adaptive systems. Phil Trans A.
Upcoming working group: Future of Computatonal Social Science, Aug 8-9 at Santa Fe Institute
Upcoming working group: Principles of Collective Behavior 2, Sep 11-13 at Santa Fe Institute. Info coming soon.
Daniels, B., Flack, J.C. and Krakauer, D.C. In press. Dual coding theory explains biphasic collective computation in neural decision-making. Frontiers in Neuroscience.
Brush, E., Krakauer, D.C. and Flack, J. Conflict improves collective computation in social systems. In review. Science Advances.
Flack, J.C. Life's Information Hierarchy. In Walker, Davies, Ellis, Matter to Life, MIT Press. 283-302.
Daniels, B., Krakauer, D.C., and Flack, J.C., 2017. Control of critical behavior in a small-scale, collective social system. Nature Communications, 8 14301
Working group: Quantifying Collective Behavior in Living Systems, May 3-5 at Santa Fe Institute.
Flack gives talk on Lessons for Social System Engineering from Collective Computation in Nature, March 20 at Google Ventures
Daniels, B., Ellison, C.J., Krakauer, D.C. and Flack, J.C. 2016. Quantifying collectivity
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