Richard Lyle worked for over 22 years in the game industry. In that period of time, he was involved in the development of 13 published commercial products for XBOX, PC, PlayStation, iOS, Android, and 3DO. He started programming at the age of 13 and submitted his first game for publication at the age of 17. He founded his own game company, Palestar, in 1999, and successfully developed and published one of the first generation of massively multiplayer games in 2001. In 2016 he joined the IBM innovation lab where he was the lead developer for “Project Intu”, a cognitive embodiment middle-ware for AI, working hand in hand with the legendary Grady Booch, an icon in the field of computer science. Richard has multiple patents in the field of artificial intelligence.