There’s all sorts of concerns in the U.S. regarding the ability of Social Security to withstand the mass retirement of the baby boom generation. There are also growing concerns about the ability of casinos to survive when these same baby boomers start to die off, because the younger generations have yet to display the same level of enthusiasm for sitting at a beeping, blinking machine that isn’t an Xbox. To that end, a recent symposium involving machine makers, engineering students and game developers was held in Nevada to discuss not only what future slot machines will look like, but who will be playing them. Read more.
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