Cognitive Science Meets Gaming

More people play competitive video games than American football, yet no true data-driven methods exist to track player performance. Statespace's first product, Aim Lab, brings neuroscience research into a training simulator built from the ground up to quantify player skill and help them get better, faster. The unique data the company collects allows it to create powerful machine learning algorithms to classify player skillsets, personality traits, and play-style biases. These insights lead to entirely new opportunities in player scouting, matchmaking, fantasy betting, and cheat detection.

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