Stuart Duncan and his son share the love of playing Minecraft, an online adventure game. While this may sound like a common father-son activity, both Stuart and his son are diagnosed with autism. Stuart noticed that the internet can be an unfriendly, and sometimes terrifying, place for children with autism – so he created a Minecraft server called Autcraft that provides a safe and compassionate game space. In Autcraft, children earn rewards for being helpful and friendly toward other players, rather than competitive. He monitors the server carefully, and now 8,000 people around the world are on his white list, waiting to be approved to join. To listen to his TEDx talk to learn more about the server and his story, click here. You can also visit the Autcraft website by clicking here.