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  • Man Rockclimbing
    Max Jamilly, a PhD student at the University of Oxford, Fintan Nagle, a cognitive neuroscientist at UCL, and Charles Ross, Chairman of the Brain Mind Forum, discuss a new era of human and machine symbiosis for artificial intelligence.
  • Night Cityscape
    Carla Silva, Computer Science Ph.D. student at Faculty of Science University of Porto, gives a brief description uncovering the importance of a trending topic that connects quantum computing and machine learning.
  • Data Centre
    Dave Davies CEng MBCS, Enterprise Architect at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, gives a high level explanation of memory-driven computing, describes some first proofs of concept and explores potential use cases for this technology.
  • Arcade Game Controls
    Ian Hughes MBCS, Chair of the BCS Animation and Games Specialist Group, reports on what’s on the game technology and trends high score table right now.
  • Software Development
    Stephen J Pratt FBCS wonders whether successes in the field of information technology might lead the tech industry into complacency and repetition as opposed to reaching for new creative heights.
  • Lightbulb On Top Of Money
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards interviews Rana Bhattacharya, Chief Architect for Retail and Digital, Nationwide, about his career and his current work at Nationwide.
  • Doctor Using Watson Software
    With its ability to ingest huge amounts of unstructured data and to see patterns, IBM’s Watson machine learning platform has the potential to revolutionise medicine. Martin Cooper AMBCS meets its makers and reports.
  • Jogger Checking Watch
    Sarah Pearce, partner at Cooley LLP, reports on the current trends for wearable tech and asks if wearable tech really has a bright future.
  • Man programming code on a computer monitor
    The language of software development has seeped into the everyday business lexicon. Indeed organisations of all sorts, far beyond ‘pure’ IT, need to pay attention to software development. Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • A single black sheep among white sheep
    Mike O'Neill MBCS believes that any successful college of IT needs to be generously seeded with people whose background takes in life and business skills acquired away from the analysis and algorithm-led world inhabited by the IT professional.