Instrumental Properties of Social Testbeds
The evaluation of an ability or skill happens in some kind of testbed, and so does with social intelligence. Of course, not all testbeds are suitable for this matter. But, how can we be sure of their appropriateness? In this paper we identify the components that should be considered in order to measure social intelligence, and provide some instrumental properties in order to assess the suitability of a testbed.
KeywordsSocial intelligence Multi-Agent systems Cooperation Competition Game theory Rewards Universal psychometrics
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