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Published on Apr 24, 2013
Babycastles & The Game Innovation Lab at NYU-Poly present a lecture series spotlighting developers and game designers with insights on games and technology. The series is hosted by Andy Nealen. Dona Bailey is a game programmer who, along with Ed Logg in 1981, created the arcade video game Centipede. Centipede is one of the first video games to incorporate Artificial intelligence (AI). For two years, Bailey worked for GM on microprocessor-based cruise control systems. In 1980, Bailey joined Atari's coin-op division, where she was the only woman. She left Atari in 1982.
Dona Bailey holds M.Ed. and M.A. degrees and teaches as a faculty member in the department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.