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FEE8WC Seoul, South Korea-November 15, 2015; Men playing in the outside ?Baduk? that is the Korean name for Go. November 15, 2015 Seoul

Scientists’ obsession with games like Go have inspired AI breakthroughs

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Playing With Reality
Kelly Clancy (Allen Lane (UK); Riverhead (US))

Gaming is a prehistoric innovation that first came into vogue when domesticated animals and agriculture were still considered emerging technologies. Many of the most compelling and enduring games invite people to engage with simplified models of reality where they can practise reasoning and decision-making skills. Games have even inspired military strategists and economists to harness games-style thinking and simulations when trying to understand how the world works or predict the future.

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