Game designer, Jane McGonigal, in her TEDtalk, said:
Right now we spend three billion hours a week playing online games. Some of you might be thinking, “That’s a lot of time to spend playing games.” Maybe too much time, considering how many urgent problems we have to solve in the real world. But actually, according to my research, at The Institute For The Future, it’s actually the opposite is true. Three billion hours a week is not nearly enough game play to solve the world’s most urgent problems.
And she says that we need to up that to twenty one billion hours a week in order to save the world.
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What do you think?