Christmas 1914, Western Front.
English and German soldiers leave their trenches, cross no man's land and gather to bury the dead, exchange gifts and play.
21st century, peace reigns in the West.
However, mistrust seems to reign supreme (against institutions, lobbies, your neighbor ...), empirical studies showing that we trust others less and less.
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It is this paradox that attempts to explain "The Evolution of Confidence"
an interactive game developed by Canadian developer Nicky Case.
Starting from classic postulates in game theory, he tries to explain why trust can still emerge in times of war and why it can decrease in times of peace.
In the game proposed by Nicky Case, each of the two players is invited to put (or not) a coin in a slot machine.
If he puts one in, his alter ego gets three;
if he keeps his piece, the other gets none.
What will be the winning strategy,
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