Frankly, it's disturbing…

Virtual reality…

Gee’s hung up on using video games for education, while some people are wanting to move it into the business sectors.

All this has some companies mulling a wild idea: Why not use gaming’s psychology, incentive systems, and social appeal to get real jobs done better and faster? “People are willing to do tedious, complex tasks within games,” notes Nick Yee, a Stanford University graduate student in communications who has extensively studied online games. “What if we could tap into that brainpower?”

from Business Week

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