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selected Papers

I. Rahwan, M. Cebrian, N. Obradovich, J. Bongard, J.-F. Bonnefon, C. Breazeal, J. W. Crandall, N. A. Christakis, I. D. Couzin, M. O. Jackson, N. R. Jennings, E. Kamar, I. M. Kloumann, H. Larochelle, D. Lazer, R. McElreath, A. Mislove, D. C. Parkes, A. Pentland, M. E. Roberts, A. Shariff, J. B. Tenenbaum, M. Wellman (2019). Machine Behaviour. Nature. 68, pages 477–486
[paper, free read-only version] [Video interviews with some of the authors] [Selected Media: Quanta (interview), Forbes, Tech Target, Media Lab on Medium, Technology Review, Information Age, ZDNet, Süddeutsche Zeitung, The Telegraph, Spiegel, El Pais]

M. R. Frank, D. Autor, J. E. Bessen, E. Brynjolfsson, M. Cebrian, D. J. Deming, M. Feldman, M. Groh, J. Lobo, E. Moro, D. Wang, H. Youn, I. Rahwan (2019). Toward Understanding the Impact of AI on Labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116(14):6531–6539
[Selected media: Forbes]

M. R. Frank, D. Wang, M. Cebrian, I. Rahwan (2019). The evolution of citation graphs in artificial intelligence research. Nature Machine Intelligence. 1, pages79–85
[paper, free read-only version] [Media: Kellogg Insight]

E. Awad, S. Dsouza, R. Kim, J. Schulz, J. Henrich, A. Shariff, J.-F. Bonnefon, I. Rahwan (2018). The Moral Machine experiment. Nature. 562(7729)
[Free view-only version; data and code] [Video: Nature summary] [Selected media: The New Yorker, Washington Post, The Economist, BBC, Nature News, Fast Company, Motherboard / Vice, Business Insider, The Guardian, Scientific American, WIRED, The Verge, Spiegel, Le Monde, Prospect]

N. Obradovich, R. Migliorini, M. P. Paulus, I. Rahwan (2018). Empirical evidence of mental health risks posed by climate changeProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (in press)
[Selected media: Psychology Today, CNN, Pacific Standard, LA Times, Salon, Inverse]

N. Obradovich, D. Tingley, I. Rahwan (2018). Effects of environmental stressors on daily governanceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (in press)
[Selected media: CNN, US News]

A. Alabdulkareem, M. R. Frank, L. Sun, B. AlShebli, C. Hidalgo, I. Rahwan (2018). Unpacking the polarization of workplace skills. Science Advances, 4(7):eaao6030

A. Rutherford, Y. Lupu, M. Cebrian, I. Rahwan, B. LeVeck, M. Garcia-Herranz (2018). Inferring Mechanisms for Global Constitutional Progress. Nature Human Behaviour, Vol 2, pages 592–599
[paper, free read-only versionearly preprint] [Selected media: Nature, Open Global Rights]

J. W. Crandall, M. Oudah, Tennom, F. Ishowo-Oloko, S. Abdallah, J.-F. Bonnefon, M. Cebrian, A. Shariff, M. A. Goodrich, I. Rahwan (2018). Cooperating with MachinesNature Communications. Vol. 9, Article No. 233.
[Selected Media:  ScienceThe RegisterLa RepubblicaMIT Technology Review, New Scientist, Inverse, Le Monde]

M. R. Frank, M. Obradovich, L. Sun, W. L. Woon, B. L. LeVeck, I. Rahwan (2018). Detecting Reciprocity at Global ScaleScience Advances, Vol. 4, no. 1, eaao5348
[Paper] [Media: Nature Middle East]

Frank, M. R., Sun, L., Cebrian, M., Youn, H., & Rahwan, I. (2018). Small cities face greater impact from automationJournal of the Royal Society Interface. 15(139).
[Paper] [Video: EmTech Talk] [Selected Media: Wired, MIT Technology Review, New Scientist]

D. Garcia, Y. M. Kassa, A. Cuevas, M. Cebrian, E. Moro, I. Rahwan, R. Cuevas (2018). Analyzing gender inequality through large-scale Facebook advertising dataProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115 (27) 6958-6963.
[Selected Media: Scientific American, Inverse]

E. Awad, R. Booth, F. Tohme, I. Rahwan (2017). Judgment Aggregation in Multi-Agent ArgumentationJournal of Logic and Computation. 27(1): 227-259

A. Shariff, J. F. Bonnefon, I. Rahwan (2017). Psychological roadblocks to the adoption of self-driving vehiclesNature Human Behaviour. Vol 1, October, 694–696.
[View-only open access version] [Selected Media: Summary by APA, MIT News Q&A, New York Times Magazine]

J. F. Bonnefon, A. Shariff, I. Rahwan (2016). The Social Dilemma of Autonomous VehiclesScience. 352(6293):1573-1576.
[Paper] [Selected Media: TEDxCambridge TalkNew Yor Times (1)New York Times (2)Wall Street Journal,Washington PostScientific AmericanTimeCNNThe GuardianGizmagWiredLA TimesIEEE Spectrum,ForbesWashington PostBBC RadioHuffington Post (live interview)New York MagazineIndependentMIT Technology ReviewPopular Science, The Atlantic]

N. Stefanovitch, A. Alshamsi, M. Cebrian, I. Rahwan (2014). Error and attack tolerance of collective problem solving: The DARPA Shredder ChallengeEPJ Data Science. vol 3, no 13, pages 1-27.
[Paper] [Media: WiredNautilusUCSD Press Release]

I. Rahwan, D. Krasnoshtan, A. Shariff, J. F. Bonnefon (2014). Analytical reasoning task reveals limits of social learning in networksJournal of the Royal Society Interface. 11(93).
[Published Version] [Selected Media: Royal SocietyDaily MailLive SciencePhys.orgInterview with Azim]

S. Abdallah, R. Sayed, I. Rahwan, B. LeVeck, M. Cebrian, A. Rutherford, J. Fowler (2014). Corruption Drives the Emergence of Civil SocietyJournal of the Royal Society Interface. 11(93)

A. Mani, I. Rahwan, and A. Pentland (2013). Inducing Peer Pressure to Promote CooperationScientific Reports. 3(1735) doi:10.1038/srep01735

A. Rutherford, M. Cebrian, I. Rahwan, S. Dsouza, J. McInerney, V. Naroditskiy, M. Venanzi, N. R. Jennings, J.R. deLara, E. Wahlstedt, S. U. Miller (2013). Targeted social mobilization in a global manhuntPLOS ONE 8(9): e74628
[Paper] [Selected Media: MIT Technology ReviewNew ScientistNatureScientific American]

A. Rutherford, M. Cebrian , S. Dsouza, E. Moro, A. Pentland, and I. Rahwan (2013). Limits of Social MobilizationProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 110 no. 16 pp. 6281-6286
[Paper] [Selected Media: NBC NewsABCLa RepubblicaArabian GazetteGulf TodayThe National]

G. Pickard, W. Pan, I. Rahwan, M. Cebrian, R. Crane, A. Madan, A. Pentland (2011). Time-Critical Social MobilizationScience. Vol. 334 no. 6055 pp. 509-512.
[Paper] [Selected Media: MSNBCPopular MechanicsMIT NewsScience News

I. Rahwan, M. I. Madakkatel, J. F. Bonnefon, R. N. Awan and S. Abdallah (2010). Behavioural Experiments for Assessing the Abstract Argumentation Semantics of ReinstatementCognitive Science. 34(8):1483–150

I. Rahwan, F. Zablith and C. Reed (2007). Laying the Foundations for a World Wide Argument WebArtificial Intelligence, Vol 171, No 10-15, pages 897-921