Mauricio Cantor

Mauricio Cantor is a Brazilian biologist who is interested in behavioural ecology and the ecology of interactions both among species and individuals. His research focusses on the emergence of patterns and strategies in non-human animal societies, mainly using whales and dolphins as models due to their behavioural plasticity and social system complexity—as well as exciting fieldwork challenges. Mauricio recently joined the Farine lab at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology to develop his postdoctoral research on the evolution of interspecific cooperation,

Machine behaviour

Rahwan, I, Cebrian, M, Obradovich, N, Bongard, J, Bonnefon, J-F, Breazeal, C, Crandall, J.W.,  Christakis, N.A., Couzin, I.D.,  Jackson, M.O., Jennings, N.R., Kamar, E., Kloumann, I.M., Larochelle, H., Lazer, D., McElreath, R., Mislove, A., Parkes, D.C., Pentland, A.S., Roberts, M.E., Shariff, A., Tenenbaum, J.B. & Wellman, M. (2019) Machine behaviour. Nature 568, 477-486.