Changing the world with games is hard.

Speaking at the 2014 Games for Change festival, Zoran Popović — University of Washington associate professor of computer science and founder of its Center for Game Science — outlined why drastic transformative change with games is difficult to achieve, and what we can do to come closer to doing so. Popović discussed two “key” world domains that often look to games, scientific discovery and scholastic mastery for a wider range of students, detailing why games haven’t revolutionized these areas yet.  Read more here.