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Reasoning in humans and machines

AI and Human Decision Making: Some large language models show reasoning errors akin to humans in cognitive bias tasks. But responses to prompting strategies highlight differences in processing. 

  • Nicolas Yax
  • Hernán Anlló
  • Stefano Palminteri


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