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While many edugames and serious games are available and more are being developed, games explicitly designed to teach are not always the games with the most educational potential because successful games foreducation mustalso be enjoyable to play (Koster, 2005; Peters, 2007).

“Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education” by Ferdig, Richard E.
from Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education
by Ferdig, Richard E.
Information Science Reference, 2008

Moreno-Geret al. (2009) state that games have been used in educational settings as long as they have existed.

“Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches: Multidisciplinary Approaches” by Felicia, Patrick
from Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches: Multidisciplinary Approaches
by Felicia, Patrick
Information Science Reference, 2011

The followingisalistoften educational games (sorted in alphabetical order).

“Gaming and Simulations: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications” by Management Association, Information Resources
from Gaming and Simulations: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
by Management Association, Information Resources
Information Science Reference, 2010

Different from educational games that have explicit educational goals, serious games are designed to play like entertainment or commercial games with implicit learning contents (Stege, Lankveld, & Spronck, 2011; Winn, 2008).

“Handbook of Research on Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies” by Sullivan, Pamela M., Lantz, Jessica L., Sullivan, Brian A.
from Handbook of Research on Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies
by Sullivan, Pamela M., Lantz, Jessica L., Sullivan, Brian A.
IGI Global, 2019

More recently, physicsbased games such as Angry Birds (Sun, Ye, & Wang, 2015) and mathematics-based games such as Minecraft (Bos et al., 2014) have been adapted for use in the classroom.

“Handbook of Game-Based Learning” by Jan L. Plass, Richard E. Mayer, Bruce D. Homer
from Handbook of Game-Based Learning
by Jan L. Plass, Richard E. Mayer, Bruce D. Homer
MIT Press, 2020

In parallel with game-based learning, there is an increasing interestin literature for students to design and develop their games (Akcaoglu & Koehler, 2014; Denner, Campe, & Werner, 2019; Howland, Good, & du Boulay, 2015).

“Cognitive and Affective Perspectives on Immersive Technology in Education” by Zheng, Robert Z.
from Cognitive and Affective Perspectives on Immersive Technology in Education
by Zheng, Robert Z.
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Complete Web Link 7.3: Educational Games to further explore the use of games at the grade level you expect to teach.

“Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice” by Kenneth D. Moore
from Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice
by Kenneth D. Moore
Sage Publications, 2009

The problem is that even though games are, for the younger generation, a distinct form of informal ICT literacy practice, their pedagogical use in early childhood education varies, and their educational potential is not always fully realized (Buckingham and Burn 2007; Kankaanranta 2007a; Peirce 2013).

“Serious Games and Edutainment Applications: Volume II” by Minhua Ma, Andreas Oikonomou
from Serious Games and Edutainment Applications: Volume II
by Minhua Ma, Andreas Oikonomou
Springer International Publishing, 2017

After the age of three, there is solid evidence that educational tablet and smartphone games help children with numeracy and literacy (Stuart, 2014).

“Women and Video Game Modding: Essays on Gender and the Digital Community” by Bridget Whelan, Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
from Women and Video Game Modding: Essays on Gender and the Digital Community
by Bridget Whelan, Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2020

Park and colleagues (2016) gave a similar tablet game with nonsymbolic approximate addition and subtraction of large arrays of items to 3–5-year-old children finding selective improvements in math skills after multiple days of playing compared with children who played a memory game.

“International Handbook of Mathematical Learning Difficulties: From the Laboratory to the Classroom” by Annemarie Fritz, Vitor Geraldi Haase, Pekka Räsänen
from International Handbook of Mathematical Learning Difficulties: From the Laboratory to the Classroom
by Annemarie Fritz, Vitor Geraldi Haase, Pekka Räsänen
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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  • Question for all people who are excited by these developments do you really believe Google is working so hard and spending so much money on something, with the idea to make YOUR life better? If history teaches us anything all, it’s the fact that all the inventions mad scientists have had invented in the past have always been used by baaaaad people to wage more lethal wars and enslave humanity more effectively. Be very, very afraid of what’s coming… Google Assange’s article “Google is not what it seems”. Google IS the CIA and DeepMind is just one of it’s many fronts

  • I wasn’t expecting to be so wowed by this… I was skipping around the video but eventually decided to watch the entire thing. This has been so inspirational to me and has put me through an entire range of emotions from awe, to suspense, to dread, to dispair, to utter hopelessness and back to hopeful again. I damn near cried at the end when Lee finally played that God move and won…

    Really marvelling just how incredible it is that humans can create something so incredibly intelligent that it makes our own species look like knuckleheads. I feel like within our lifetimes AI will be single-handedly pumping out fully-fledged movies and TV shows (maybe even making food with the help to robotics) that are completely original and yet rival the best that humans can offer, but without a single human needed in the pipelineno screenwriters, actors, editors, cameramen, directors, nothing. As an aspiring animator and filmmaker this is both worrying and exciting.

    And it’s pretty amazing how cool Go is. I’ve only ever played it like twice but this made me appreciate the art form so much more, makes me really wanna pick it up and get to the level where I can appreciate the “beauty” of those God moves. It’s kinda weird how Go is such a primal, ancient, and simple board game and yet it taps into some of the hardest to master strategies the brain can process. I was watching a video on India and China competing to establish trading ports and military bases across different regions in the world and my jaw dropped when I realized the strategy they were using was just like a Go game, where they were both trying to surround another, which each base as a Go piece.

  • I wonder what will happen when we lose the ability to comprehend what the AI is even learning. And than someone will release it from a closed system, because of course someone will.

  • The disadvantage of Lee Sedol was that he is from the “wrong” part of Korea. If he were supported by the other Korea, we could have just pressed one red button and *boom*, 1-0 for Humans

  • Anyone else annoyed that alphago is being called AI, when even one of the software engineers in the documentary explains it really isn’t AI at all, and for all intents and purposes, it a probability calculator? For that one low probability move it made on the second match. I’m sure there is some data they overlooked at the time which would state why the computer generated that move.

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  • Roblox is not very for kids,some games are violent,or kinda violent,tho there are alot of rude people

    Edit: if you play flee the facility,and you are the beast,and you lose, someone is probably gonna call you a noob,that’s rude

  • Great video! Enjoyed hearing about all these games and how you’re using them as part of homeschooling. I especially love playing Sleeping Queens and Chomp with my grandkids��. Look forward to seeing more videos like this!

  • I like how this entire thing turned from “Can a machine beat a human” to “Can a human beat a machine”. And I’ve never wanted a human to perform better than the machine. I like the innovations in AI and the technologies involved, but being a human, we have this sympathy towards others that we leave innovation on the table just to see a man be happy.

  • Commentator be like
    First match: “It’s CLEARLY a mistake”
    Second match: “Surprising move, I THOUGHT it was a mistake”

    And then: “Ok we foolish human doesn’t know what AI thinking is”

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  • FYI for Lee Sedol:
    Youngest of 3 brothers and 2 sisters
    Grew up in a large farmland on a small remote island
    His father, an elementary school teacher, taught him go at the age of 5
    By the age of 7 he beat his father
    He joined the Korean baduk org by tagging along with his older brother
    His brother apparently lost interest in go when Sedol started taking over. He gave up and studied instead and got into Seoul University, the best university in Korea
    Sedol is a middle school drop out (go students drop out of school and train at national go centers)
    According to Sedol his vocal cord became damaged when he was diagnosed with aphasia, an impairment of language. It happened while he was young, living away from his parents in Seoul. The daily stress he had to face and lack of care led him to not treat it and that’s when his vocal cords became damaged.
    Is a supporter of current left wing Korean president Moon
    Hails from a go family:
    eldest amateur 5 dan (Ewha University Korean language graduate, elite school for girls)
    second pro 9 dan (currently a go judge. He was just as an elite as Sedol was, but decided to step down and support his brother)
    third amateur 6 dan (Another Ewha graduate, former editor of go magazine in Korea)
    fourth amateur 5 dan (the one who went to Seoul university)
    fifth pro 9 dan Lee Sedol
    Is an idiot for his daughter (Korean expression for a father hopelessly in love with his daughter)

    Lee Sedol quotes
    “I don’t have the confidence. The confidence to lose”
    “I’m sorry I won at a Chinese tournament”
    “humans didn’t lose. Lee Sedol lost” after losing game 3
    “I don’t know the population of Bigeum island (his hometown). It’s not like I’m the chief of that island.”

  • They let the human win the fourth game to stop the bad loser topping himself or the AI thought better not give humans all the best moves in one battle. Future AI will not mind losing a battle because maybe losing a battle helps it win the War and War it will be because AI is and will always be a human extension and humans always head towards War.