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  • Doctor using Laptop
    Harold Thimbleby, See Change Digital Health Fellow at Swansea University, takes a look at computer error in the health sector, and considers the challenges faced in ensuring a change for the better.
  • Selection of Valves
    The Small-Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM) can lay claim to being the world’s first computer. Martin Cooper MBCS caught up with Chris Burton to find out more about the original machine, how he helped to recreate it, and to learn what the future holds for the SSEM.
  • Businessman Thinking
    Charlotte Walker-Osborn, Partner and Head of Technology Sector (Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP) and Callum Hayes, a regional lawyer on secondment from ARM Limited, give us an insight into some of the key ethical issues surrounding AI technologies.
  • Woman Wearing VR Headset
    Justin Richards MBCS talks to Ben Trewhella, the CEO of Opposable Group and co-founder of Bristol Games Hub, about his latest project, the Bristol VR Lab, based in the heart of the South West of England.
  • Wind Turbines On Hillside
    Alex Bardell, Richard Lanyon-Hogg, Denise Oram and Bob Crooks from the BCS Green IT Specialist Group explain how technology can make our lives better, but only if we make IT that’s kinder to the planet.

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