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Dave Mark of Intrinsic Algorithm

This month, Dave Mark of Intrinsic Algorithm will be joining us over Skype to give a talk! His talk will be about Using Game Theory in Games, and is adapted from his GDC Online 2010 talk.

Dave is the co-founder of Intrinsic Algorithm, author of "Behavioral Mathematics for Game AI", and a contributor to "AI Game Programming Wisdom 4".  He is also a founding member of the AI Game Programmers Guild, is a co-organizer of the annual AI Summit at the Game Developers Conference, and has spoken at GDC Austin and the GameX Industry Summit.

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  • Andrew B.

    Great to meet you all really enjoyed the conversation (and the beer).

    Check out Floris on iOS (shameless plug)

    The music alone is worth more than the $1 price tag.

    Can't wait to pester Dave about using Graph Theory to map decisions and balance in Floris :)

    May 8, 2013

  • Jonathan S.

    Thanks Dave for the talk and Jeff for organizing.

    The name of the program I mentioned that talks about eco-system stability - or really that natural systems are inherently chaotic independent of evolution, as well as a discussion of John Nash and game theory is - 'All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace'. You can find it on You Tube. Enjoy.

    1 · May 7, 2013

  • Jeff W.

    Hi all! Dave has told me he'll be talking about Using Game Theory in Games.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

    1 · May 7, 2013

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