Raytheon BBN Awarded $10.5 Million to Develop Game-Based Training Methods and Systems to Improve Decision-Making

(From PR Newswire) — The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, through an Air Force Research Laboratory contract, has awarded Raytheon BBN Technologies a $10.5 million multi-year contract under the Sirius program. The goal of the Sirius program is to develop serious games that result in better decision-making by teaching participants to recognize and mitigate the effects of their own biases when analyzing information used to make decisions. The team — which includes game designers, cognitive psychologists, and experts in intelligence analysis and in measuring game-player engagement — will design a relevant and engaging game that is based on an international detective theme, blending best research and practices in bias-mitigation with best practices in game-based teaching.

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