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British Games Institute cements UK cultural hub for video games 21 Feb 8:31am British Games Institute cements UK cultural hub for video games
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BGI merger with Nottingham’s National Videogame Arcade creates ‘centre of gravity’ for the UK’s £1bn-plus games industry – but it’s still seeking government support The recently formed
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21 Feb 6:49am Boston Dynamics is teaching its robot dog to fight back against humans
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‘Testing robustness’ apparently crucial to robotic dog’s development, with SpotMini showing it won’t be perturbed by human interference It appears that, just like their flesh and blood counterparts, you just can’t put a good robot dog down, even if you’re a human fighting it for control of a door.
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21 Feb 6:28am Human v robot dog: Boston Dynamics takes on its door-opening SpotMini
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Boston Dynamics’  four-legged machine SpotMini has already proved that it can 
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Call me Mr Monster Hunter: the man who guided a Japanese curiosity to global success 21 Feb 4:30am Call me Mr Monster Hunter: the man who guided a Japanese curiosity to global success
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Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World is now the fastest selling game in its history. But for 10 years, the series struggled to find success outside Japan. What changed? Wherever you looked in Japan in 2008, someone was bent over a tiny PlayStation Portable games console (PSP) – and that someone was probably playing Monster Hunter. From clusters of young people playing on groomed lawns outside universities to suited salarymen on packed trains, the game had friends, family and work colleagues banding together to track and fight gigantic fantasy creatures. You had a good chance of finding a game to join if you pulled out your PSP in any public place. More than 40m Monster Hunter games, by Japanese developer Capcom, were sold between 2004 and 2017, but its success was confined almost entirely to its home country. Everything changed this year, though. When
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Growth of AI could expand security threats if no action taken, report warns 21 Feb 1:01am Growth of AI could expand security threats if no action taken, report warns
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Artificial intelligence tech could lead to new forms of cybercrime, political disruption and physical attacks within five years say experts Wanton proliferation of artificial intelligence technologies could enable new forms of cybercrime, political disruption and even physical attacks within five years, a group of 26 experts from around the world have warned.
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