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Last updated on 2010-12-08Press

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    1 October, 2010
    Game-miners grapple with massive data


    23 August, 2010
    Online games are a gold mine for design ideas


    12 May, 2010
    Spil og leg skal gøre genoptræning sjovere (in Danish)


    7 May, 2010
    Wii makes rehabilitation fun in front of flat screen (in Danish)


    24 March, 2010
    Games for Change, TV documentary


    12-18 March, 2010
    I legeværelset, Weekendavisen, Nr. 6, (in Danish)

    09 December, 2009
    Des jeux vidéo sur mesure (in French)
     
    25 October, 2009
    Spillertyper DR2 Radio

    13 October, 2009
    Should Computer Games Adapt to the Way you Play?

    12 October, 2009
    Classifying Players For Unique Game Experiences

    10 October, 2009
    Adaptive games promise high scores for everyone New Scientist, issue 2729

    05 October, 2009
    Mario AI Competition

    17 August, 2009
    A.I. tested on ‘Super Mario’ video game

    07 August, 2009
    Quand c'est l'ordinateur qui joue à Mario (in French)

    05 August, 2009
    Race is on to evolve the ultimate Mario New Scientist

    13 June, 2009
    Computeren måler om du morer dig (in Danish)

    10 June, 2009
    Fremtidens spil har humor (in Danish)

    21 January, 2009
    Game that develops itself could save industry

    15 January, 2009
    Can we Create Fun Games Automatically?
     

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