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Future adventures in ChatGPT

Thus far, I have used ChatGPT to explore the research questions posed in seven of my previous papers. Below are ten additional research problems from my previous work that I may (or may not) feed into ChatGPT in the days … Continue reading

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Adventures in ChatGPT: Do grasshoppers dream of impartial spectators?

Why doesn’t ChatGPT have a sense of humor? Last year, I posted an essay titled “Do Grasshoppers Dream of Impartial Spectators?”, where I review two books: Our Great Purpose: Adam Smith on Living a Better Life by Ryan Patrick Hanley … Continue reading

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Monday music video: sunrise versus sunset

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Little Nugget

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More Adventures in ChatGPT: Judge Hercules versus Judge Bayes

In a previous post, I pointed out seven of my scholarly papers that contain a question in their titles, and last week, I fed five of those questions into ChatGPT and shared the results of these AI adventures on this … Continue reading

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Review of Chapter 2 of Rule of Law

I won’t have much to say about Chapter 2 of Tom Bingham’s book Rule of Law (available here), which surveys several “historical milestones” in Anglo-American legal history, beginning with the Magna Carta of 1215 and concluding with the Universal Declaration … Continue reading

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ChatGPT: Why don’t juries use range voting?

Back in 2015 I published a paper with the title “Why don’t juries try range voting?” In brief, range voting, also known as score voting, is a voting method in which voters give a score or rank to each candidate … Continue reading

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ChatGPT, the Prisoner’s Dilemma, and the Coase Theorem

The Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Coase Theorem are two widely-cited ideas in economics and law. As it happens, one of my papers is titled “Does the Prisoner’s Dilemma Refute the Coase Theorem?,” which I co-wrote with my colleague and friend … Continue reading

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ChatGPT: Is a post-colonial Puerto Rico possible?

That is the title of my 2008 applied game theory paper in which I model the impasse over Puerto Rico’s political status as a three-person duel (or “truel”) and the question I fed into ChatGPT last night. Below the fold … Continue reading

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Vampires versus ChatGPT

I fed the title question of my 2013 contribution to Economics of the Undead (Chapter 12: “Buy or bite?“) into ChatGPT and was told, “I’m sorry, I am not sure what you are asking. Could you please provide more context … Continue reading

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