Many of the systemic risks that we will need to address in the 21st century depend crucially on the often unanticipated consequences of interactions within and between different types of systems. The emerging, interdisciplinary field of complex systems provides a shared language as well as mathematical and computational models that can help us understand the challenges we are facing in this increasingly interconnected world.
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Course Credit: University of Oxford
|Stability and Complexity in Model Banking Systems||01:02:00|
|Growth, Innovation, and the Pace of Life from Cells and Ecosystems to Cities and Corporations; Are They Sustainable?||01:13:00|
|Anticipating Future Complexity: Are Systems Such as Cities Getting More Complex?||01:05:00|
|Ocean Circulation and Climate: Observing and Modelling the Global Ocean||01:01:00|
|Predicting the Behaviour of Techno-Social Systems: How Informatics and Computing Help to Fight Off Global Pandemics||01:12:00|
|Cooperation, Norms and Conflict: Towards Simulating the Foundations of Society||01:00:00|
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