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  • View Of Cambridge
    Christopher Curry was co-founder of Acorn Computers, which was probably most famous for creating the BBC Micro. Curry also managed to develop GIS, a system for cashless money, and created an ID card with medical history, called Bluefish.
  • Woman Wearing Virtual Reality Headset
    Paul Jagger FBCS asks: whatever happened to virtual reality learning platforms, and is a second life being given to Second Life?
  • Bamboo Plant
    Chen Mao Davies has experience at the confluence of many strands relevant to BCS: she has a PhD in computer graphics; she is a tech-entrepreneur; and her developing business is one with a demonstrable social benefit.
  • Woman Using Phone And Touchscreen
    Adam Simmonds, Cloud and Identity Architect from Coventry City Council, explores the diverse approaches of smart cities across a variety of international cities, reminding us that becoming a smart city is a journey, not a status.
  • Man And Woman Symbolising Gender Pay Gap
    Justin Richards MBCS interviews 2019’s Turing Lecture speaker, Krishna Gummadi, from the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, in Germany.

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