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Ken Hartsook awarded fellowship

Ken Hartsook was awarded the Marshall D. Williamson Fellowship for achievements as a Masters Student at Georgia Tech.

Sauvik Das wins outstanding undergrad researcher

Sauvik Das was selected as one of two outstanding undergraduate researchers in the College of Computing.

Have videogames lost the plot?

In this Eurogamer article, Riedl suggest that, despite the challenges, procedural game plots may not be that far away.

Computational Creativity

INC Lab has two papers published in the 2nd International Conference on Computational Creativity: "Simulating the Everyday Creativity of Readers" by Brian O'Neill, and "Understanding Human Creativity for Computational Play" by Alex Zook (with Brian Magerko).

Mark Riedl and Cambot at SEIGECON'10

Mark presented the Cambot virtual cinematography system at SEIGECON'10 in Atlanta, Oct 3.

AI and Fun workshop final report

The final report to AI Magazine on the AAAI Workshop on AI and Fun can be found here.

Papers in AIIDE'10

INC lab publishes two papers in the 6th Conference on AI for Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE'10). Li and Riedl have a full paper on automatic customization of game plots. Riedl and crew will also demo their mobile alternate reality game platform.

Mark Riedl featured in GT's Research Horizons periodical

Mark Riedl's research on intelligent systems for serious gaming applications (military training and health) is featured in the Spring 2010 issue of Georgia Tech's research news periodical, Research Horizons. Read the special issue here: Serious Gaming: Entertainment Technology Yields Results for Research Ranging from Defense to K-12 Education.

Sanjeet wins 2nd place at undergrad research fair

Sanjeet won 2nd place in the GT computer science undergraduate research fair and 1st place people's choice award for his work on the weQuest mobile health game project. View the poster. Thanks to the hard work of the weQuest team, Sanjeet Hajarnis, Chinmay Barve, and Devika Karnik.

Journal articles on storytelling and creativity

Mark Riedl will publish two journal articles: Narrative Planning: Balancing Plot and Character will be published in the Journal on AI Research, and Case-Based Story Planning: Creativity Through Exploration, Retrieval, and Analogical Transformation will be published in Minds and Machines.

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