Harvard Business Review featured an article by Randall Hill, executive director of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies, which focused on how virtual humans could be used to develop new skills. Hill wrote that ICT’s research on virtual humans has provided training exercises for stressful situations, like veterans who have lost a comrade, or even those who are studying cultural differences ahead of an international meeting. Other efforts train law students to interview child witnesses, clinicians on how to improve their diagnostic skills and autistic adults on job interview skills.
Harvard Business Review Features ICT Post on How Virtual Humans Build Leadership Skills
Published: July 25, 2014