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39 Comments

Vishnu Reddy

July 23, 2020

Very well explained, thank you.

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Rosey Huang

July 23, 2020

the best explanation on this topic! thank you

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Sam OfTheFurry

July 23, 2020

THANK YOU~!

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Frank J Gonzalez

July 23, 2020

What is he using to do the video? 😀

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Vlad Safronov

July 23, 2020

I wonder how would it be applied to the game of chicken.
There won't be an undebatable Nash equilibrium since if both of them drive "straight" (similar to prisoner's dilemma's "confess"), they crash–which is an infinite loss for both of them.

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catoun cormery

July 23, 2020

thank u

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Malik W.

July 23, 2020

Thanks for best explanation

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Dipjyoti Chowdhury

July 23, 2020

🤗🤗👨‍🏫👍👍

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Zes

July 23, 2020

not important, useless

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Linda D

July 23, 2020

How does Sal know so much about so many topics HOW

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tribudeuno

July 23, 2020

So why is it that the law enforcement officials are not considered participants in the game – and it is indeed their game, their attempt to control – in that they can receive a conviction if even one confesses or rule out culpability if none confesses?

And a Taoist would not see the game in terms of gain being gain and loss being loss…

"When you gain, you lose. When you lose, you gain"…

"Bad fortune is what good fortune leans on. Good fortune is what bad fortune hides in"…

Tao Te Ching

If one of the people confesses, and so receives the short sentence, he may be stabbed to death by the other when he gets out after 10 years for telling authorities, so his gain turns to loss. That loss would not take place if he intentionally takes the risk of loss upfront by not confessing. So that loss would turn to gain in that there would be no reason for reprisals…

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Soccer Fan

July 23, 2020

I get it now

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Siddiqui Sherry

July 23, 2020

No book cud explain the way Sal did, thank you!

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MonyReasey Oung

July 23, 2020

yayyy I understood just now! the yale video didn't help but you always did. Thanks Salman for always helping me from high school to college!

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M (genesis.re)

July 23, 2020

4:20 why not just say 2) and 3) symmetrical? (no need to explain any further)

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Vladimir Mišin

July 23, 2020

Why is a state of non cooperation called Nash Equilibrium, when Nash was all about cooperation ? Please

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Trotsky era um picareta

July 23, 2020

"BUT WAIT! This is just a theory! The GAME THEORY! thanks for watching."

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moxy82

July 23, 2020

While I understand the concept and can definitely appreciate the sociological stability of case 4, it's still sad that integrity is so quickly sacrificed and we're debating someone lying to reduce jail time… but then I guess we are talking about hypothetical, convicted drug dealers…

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amesea

July 23, 2020

guys, watch nice guys last irst by richard dawkins.

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Jason Shi

July 23, 2020

Thank you so much for making this video!

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Baihong Qi

July 23, 2020

The best explanation i have ever heard about the the Nash Equilibrium, Thank you.

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Daniel Cohen

July 23, 2020

this is not nuanced enough. Need to say that for the nonstable state, if they can play the game again, they will eventually get to the Nash eq. That's pretty important to mention

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Valeria Gomes

July 23, 2020

@123MrBee what do you think of my comment?

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Valeria Gomes

July 23, 2020

I feel the Nash Equilibrium…Ninguém é tão importante assim…Somos iguais!

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123MrBee

July 23, 2020

I love Nash math and I love khan.

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Lan Pac

July 23, 2020

Sal what is the next subject you are about to deal with after these?
And when you are gonna start the new subject?

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catching45

July 23, 2020

More Nash Equilibrium, Please.

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jamesjosephclarke

July 23, 2020

@ElectroMagneticWeak Well, he did say that it has to do with the movie, "A Beautiful Mind".

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Schindlabua

July 23, 2020

@voutasaurus If you're into that stuff, check out JimBobJenkins. He devoted his entire channel to explaining game theory.

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effortless35

July 23, 2020

@voutasaurus Google Stag Hunt or Dating Game + Game Theory.

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Peter Yeung

July 23, 2020

Thanks, can you do more videos, really interesting stuff.

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Anthony Voutas

July 23, 2020

@khanacademy Are there any interesting games with multiple Nash Equilibriums?

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dravidr007

July 23, 2020

kai bath hai!?

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imstill notusingmyname

July 23, 2020

@ElectroMagneticWeak as it should. the movie IS about the same guy.

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shiza223

July 23, 2020

Khan you are a real hero!

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CatsISUOTTATFO

July 23, 2020

Reminds me of A Beautiful Mind…

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RadDog25

July 23, 2020

Yes KA has game theory!

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Ratchetreviews

July 23, 2020

Nash is my name!

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mookosh

July 23, 2020

neat o.o

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