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Papers on Game Quest Adaptation

Albert has two workshop papers accepted: Creating Customized Virtual Experiences by Leveraging Human Creative Effort: A Desideratum was accepted to the AAMAS'10 Workshop on Collaborative Human/AI Control for Interactive Experiences. Planning for Individualized Experiences with Quest-Centric Game Adaptation was accepted to the ICAPS'10 Workshop on Planning in Games.

Cambot and MST (alpha) now available for download

The INC lab releases alpha executables for Cambot and the Machinima Sequencing Tool (MST). Visit the INC lab downloads page for more information.

Workshop on Intelligent Narrative Technologies III

Mark Riedl, Dave Roberts, and Arnav Jhala (UC Santa Cruz) will organize the Third Workshop on Intelligent Narrative Technologies, to be held in conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Foundations of Digital Games (FDG) in June 2010.

Submission Deadline: March 3, 2010

AAAI Workshop on AI and Fun

Mark Riedl (with Ashwin Ram, Charles Isbell, and Vadim Bulitko) will be organizing a workshop on AI and Fun at the AAAI'10 conference, July 2010 in Atlanta.

Interactive entertainment (aka computer games) has become a dominant force in the entertainment sector of the global economy. The question that needs to be explored in depth: what is the role of artificial intelligence in the entertainment sector? If we accept the premise that artificial intelligence has a role in facilitating the entertainment and engagement of humans, then we are left with new questions:

Brian O'Neill passes his qualifier exam

Brian O'Neill successfully passed his written and oral qualifier exam with no major bumps in the road. He presented on his work toward AI that assists amateur story and machinima creators.

GVU Demo Showcase 2009

The INC lab demoed five projects at GVU Demo Showcase, Oct. 15, 2009.

Posters are available here:

Fourteen Papers in 2009

The Intelligent Narrative Computing group published 14 papers in 2008. This is evidence of some vibrant and exciting research going on including: creativity support tools, machinima, story generation and adaptation, autism, improv theatre, and game AI.

Entertainment Intelligence Lab

Director: Mark Riedl, Ph.D.

The Entertainment Intelligence Lab investigates computational approaches to creating engaging and entertaining experiences. Some of the problem domains we work on:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Computer games
  • Storytelling
  • Interactive digital worlds
  • Adaptive media and procedural content generation
  • Believable virtual characters

We focus on computationally "hard" problems that require automation, just-in-time generation, and scalability of personalized experiences.

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