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Addiction in Gambling
How can Neuroscience and AI help?
Addiction in gambling is the first webinar in a series of webinars on neuroscience, problem gambling and artificial intelligence. Neuroscience gives insight into what happens in the brain during healthy and problem gambling. Understanding addiction at brain level and the root cause opens up new ways of detecting and preventing problem gambling. Artificial intelligence makes it possible to apply these insights at scale.
Making Decisions or just Seeking Reward?
"The Brain: making decisions or just seeking reward?" is the second webinar in a series investigating what happens inside the brain during gambling and development of addiction. This webinar will discuss the roles of self-awareness, our ’inner voice’ and self-control in decision-making when we are exposed to risk. How does the brain process risk, wins and losses and how can we use artificial intelligence to assess the decision-making ’health’ in individuals?
Keeping Gamblers safe
Benefits of Neuroplasticity
Following the two previous webinars on reward and decision systems in the brain, we now turn to how neuroscience and AI can positively be applied in impacting and changing customer behavior. We explore the biological basis for change and show how artificial intelligence can drive brain training with simple games in order to empower gamblers to mitigate over-impulsivity and change to sustainable gambling behavior, where gambling again becomes fun.
Johan Jardevall, CEO at Wiraya
The webinar was very captivating. It provided tremendous background knowledge and definitely positions Mindway AI’s credentials very well. It would be very interesting to see a follow-up webinar on intervention and treatment.
Aurora Merino Salas, CEO at Asensi Technologies
Looking forward to learning something new from you. Every time that I've had the opportunity to attend an event and listen to what you say, I can tell you I learn something new - which is something that I love.
Ioana Marchis, Technical Strategy Analyst at Flutter
I’ve looked at the first video presented by Kim and I was impressed by how deep in the understanding of addictive behavior it goes, explaining the way brain functions etc. I think this is really valuable as it enables people to understand the roots of problems, so they can find solutions to addictions.
Siddharth Karthikeyan, Product Manager Responsible Gaming at Gears of Leo AB
I have been attending all of your webinars and all of them have been so interesting and providing new insights to approach our customers with problem gambling.