In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI)-enhanced educational games have become powerful tools for people with disabilities. These games use AI algorithms to customize and personalize the learning experience to meet learners’ unique needs and abilities. This comparative analysis aims to evaluate and compare different AI-powered educational games specifically developed for people with disabilities. This article attempts to provide insights so that developers, educators, and people with disabilities can use AI to select appropriate educational games. Highlights how AI-powered educational games can improve accessibility, engagement, and learning
outcomes for people with disabilities.
- BrainPower web-site, available at https://brain-power.com/
- Cognoa web-site, available at https://cognoa.com/
- Abilitations web-site, available at https://www.schoolspecialty.com/abilitations
- Floreo web-site, available at https://floreovr.com/
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