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Humanity’s Future in Virtual Worlds

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There’s much more to virtual reality than gaming, as Improbable CEO Herman Narula explains in his DLD All Stars presentation. Running complex simulations in virtual worlds could bring many benefits to business, society and politics, he points out. And there’s hope of reducing polarization, too. “Games in virtual worlds tend to force cooperation in ways social media never can”, Narula argues. “They’re not echo chambers, they’re shared experiences.”

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