The famous Chinese philosopher, Confucius once said: ‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.’
This list of games to learn Artificial Intelligence while playing is perhaps a little late for him (by about 2500 years), but perhaps still in time for you.
Last month we shared our top free educational games for lockdown learning and now, as promised, we have another list of educational games. …
The fear of a robot uprising is real. Terrible fictional creations like the Terminator and HAL are clear proof. But when Artificial Intelligence (AI) is taking a day off from becoming self-aware and attempting to destroy the world, it also plays an important role in contemporary video game design.
AI is not as mysterious as a lot of sci-fi makes it out to be. ‘AI’ is an umbrella term that refers to any device which perceives its environment and takes actions to maximise its chance of success at some goal. …
Learning in lockdown doesn’t have to be boring! The list of recommended games by the Institute of Digital Games at the University of Malta to learn in lockdown.
The games designed at the Institute of Digital Games are based on the latest research related to game-based learning.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has forced schools to shut down all around the world. Therefore, the Institute of Digital Games is providing a list of educational games developed at the Institute in addition to some resources that may help guide both carers and educators on the use of games in the classroom.
Iconoscope — This game is designed to teach lateral thinking and stimulate visual creativity. …