Last month, at the MIT/ SmartSilvers event where we presented our , we discussed what specific applications, beyond the current emphasis on healthy aging, might take computerized cognitive training to a new level.Â Â
Assessing and improving driving skills would beÂ a top candidate, given both the well-defined nature of the need and the appearance of programs with growing evidence (bothÂ scientific and real-world) behind.
- “COULD a video game make you a better driver? More important, could computer software prevent teenagers from making fatal mistakes or even weed out older drivers whose debilities make them crash-prone?”
Nice program. This will be one of the key in reducing the number of vehicular accedents. Also, it will help keep the brain healthy and as a result everything can be done perfectly well with a healthy brain.