Adaptive video game with neuro inspired social agents: from accessibility to therapy

Making video games accessible to all is an important societal issue that video game studios take very seriously. The brains of people with autism develop differently than those of neurotypical people, resulting in motor and sensory characteristics that prevent them from enjoying video games. Because autism is expressed differently in each individual, the needs of autistic people are specific to each person, making accessibility parameters difficult to predict or to integrate later in a video game.

Neuro-inspired cognitive architectures for artificial metacognition and social learning

Since artificial intelligence will play a crucial role in our daily lives, it is important that, along with increased task performance, socially intelligent agents will be able to cooperate efficiently with humans. However, human social cognition is a recent evolutionary event that relies on an advanced cognitive architecture.