The Prisoners Dilemma – The Most Famous Problem in Game Theory

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The Prisoner’s Dilemma is the most famous problem in game theory, as it shows that individuals who make rational decisions might end up in an outcome that’s worse for everyone in the group. In other words, individual rationality does not imply group rationality.

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