Pac-Man meets biotechnology

Scientists in the U.S have a designed a computer game that could help with biomedical research.

Intelligent technology—the evolution and future of automation

The world's oldest board game still has a few moves to play. Go, a game of strategy and instinct considered more difficult to master than chess, was created roughly in the same era as the written word. The game is uniquely ...

Social interaction drives language learning game

Games are usually more fun when you play with other people, but if you're playing an educational game, interacting with other players may help you learn more, according to Cornell research.

Video game feeds soccer's growth in the U.S.

The popularity of soccer in the United States has grown exponentially in the past decade due to increased media exposure, demographic changes and the proliferation of social media.

Is artificial intelligence ready to rule the world?

This week humankind was delivered a body blow by an artificial intelligence (AI) called AlphaGo that beat Go's world champion, Lee Sedol, so is it now time for humans to let the machines rule the world?

Biofeedback games feed off human inputs

Gamers up to the challenge must conquer their health and improve their well-being by keeping calm as they navigate haunted houses, overcome obstacles and manage the fight-or-flight response.

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