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Ethics in Serious Games

I was recently involved in co-authoring a book chapter which looked at the often difficult subject of ethics in serious games. What’s more when you add applications that seek to change behaviour to the  equation such as persuasive games or gamified applications … Continue reading

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Workshop on Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Gaming (Deadline Extended)

We have extended the submission deadline for our workshop until 28th June, also as a result there is now a chance to have any papers that are submitted published in the adjunct proceedings of the ICEC conference in Bremen. A … Continue reading

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Workshop on Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Gaming

Some colleagues and I from SnT and Glasgow Caledonian University are hosting a workshop at ICEC 2012 in Bremen, Germany. Our workshop will be on ethics, privacy and trust in serious gaming. We would very much welcome contributors who not … Continue reading

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Some Open Questions in the Augmented Reality World

Firstly I should be honest and admit that I work for a research centre that specialises in security, reliability and trust in IT (SnT) so perhaps I am a bit biased. However, to be honest this post is motivated more … Continue reading

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