Weapons of Mass Distraction - America's Army Recruits for the Real War (presentation to the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences)
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as an invited speaker to the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Design, Innovate, Communicate & Entertain (DICE) Summit, Las Vegas.
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