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Video games offer active military, veterans coping mechanism for stress
While most research on the topic focuses on gaming’s role in clinical settings, new research seeks to understand how everyday gameplay can provide military and veterans self-directed coping strategies to manage their physical and psychological (...)
[Science daily]

Star Trek virtual reality game boldly goes with IBM Watson
IBM Watson is being used in a Star Trek virtual reality video game to decipher players' audio commands.
[BBC]

Star Trek virtual reality game boldly goes with IBM Watson
IBM Watson is being used in a Star Trek virtual reality video game to decipher players' audio commands.
[BBC News]

Spectacles review: a great addition for a Snapchat fanatic
The retro sunglasses with a built-in video camera could be a must for serial posters on Snapchat, even if they’re not much good for anything else Snap Inc’s Spectacles are one of the oddest pieces of hardware I’ve ever used. Typically, when a new technology is introduced it lives or dies based on (...)
[The Guardian]

Atari CEO confirms Atari is working on a new game console
Atari CEO Fred Chesnais told GamesBeat in an exclusive interview that his fabled video game company is working on a new game console. In doing so, the New York company might be cashing in on the popularity of retro games and Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition, which turned out to be surprisingly (...)
[OSNews]

Sega Forever: Sonic and other retro games coming to mobiles for free
Sega Forever collection, which includes the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog, will be free to download on iOS and Android from Thursday Video game players, like music lovers and film buffs, are incurable nostalgics. And so are the games companies. Last year we had the cruelly hard-to-come-by (...)
[The Guardian]

Computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training
A new system has been developed that can efficiently search through hundreds of hours of video for events and visual features that correspond to a few training examples. The researchers trained their system to recognize different stages of an operation, such as biopsy, tissue removal, stapling, (...)
[Science daily]

Summer 2017's best video games: from Uncharted to Splatoon 2 and Tacoma
Warmongering football managers, a rampaging Cambridge professor, a ravenous space city, and a deep and meaningful round of golf … here are 10 great games to liven up your holidays For aficionados, 2006’s Final Fantasy XII was a high point in the three-decades-old series. Part-directed by Yasumi (...)
[The Guardian]

VR headset viewers 'barely turn their heads'
Google says most people who watch 360-degree VR videos on YouTube only focus on what's in front of them.
[BBC News]

VR headset viewers 'barely turn their heads'
Google says most people who watch 360-degree VR videos on YouTube only focus on what's in front of them.
[BBC]

JanSport's high-tech backpack shares your social media
JanSport has developed 300 backpacks with programmable fabric, allowing users to share a song, music video, a Facebook page or Internet link with anyone nearby
[CNN Money]

How Microsoft researchers used AI to master Ms. Pac-Man
Microsoft researchers have created an artificial intelligence-based system that learned how to get the maximum score on the addictive 1980s video game Ms. Pac-Man, using a divide-and-conquer method that could have broad implications for teaching AI agents to do complex tasks that augment human (...)
[OSNews]

South Carolina shooting live-streamed on Facebook
A video captures the moment a street fight became a shoot-out that left seven people injured.
[BBC]

South Carolina shooting live-streamed on Facebook
A video captures the moment a street fight became a shoot-out that left seven people injured.
[BBC News]

How Google plans to fight extremist content
Google has announced plans to use new artificial intelligence technology to root out extremist videos. It also plans to put warning labels on some content.
[CNN Money]

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