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SUEUR, Cédric, Christophe BOUSQUET, Romain ESPINOSA, Jean-Louis DENEUBOURG, 2021. Improving human collective decision-making through animal and artificial intelligence. In: Peer Community Journal. Peer Community. 1, e59. eISSN 2804-3871. Available under: doi: 10.24072/pcjournal.31

@article{Sueur2021Impro-57034, title={Improving human collective decision-making through animal and artificial intelligence}, year={2021}, doi={10.24072/pcjournal.31}, volume={1}, journal={Peer Community Journal}, author={Sueur, Cédric and Bousquet, Christophe and Espinosa, Romain and Deneubourg, Jean-Louis}, note={Article Number: e59} }

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