Quantum solution to the Newcomb's paradox
We show that quantum game theory offers solution to the famous Newcomb's paradox (free will problem). Divine foreknowledge is not necessary for successful completion of the game because quantum theory offers a way to discern human intentions in such way that the human retain her/his free will but cannot profit from changing decision. Possible interpretation in terms of quantum market games is proposed.
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"Quantum Market Games,"
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"Quantum bargaining games,"
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications,
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