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  • Professor Steve Furber
    In May 2018, Prof Steve Furber CBE spoke to Manchester Branch BCS, about how Acorn RISC machines evolved into the Spiking Neural Network Architecture. Julian M. Bass FBCS reports.
  • Smart Electronic Device On Table
    Peter Hopton explores the physics and the factors that are slowing internet access today and presents a vision of a high speed, low power and low latency future.
  • Young People Coding
    Prof. John Stein, Magdalen College, Oxford, explores how dyslexia works and explains why the condition might be a profound positive when it comes to designing software.
  • Women designers at work
    To coincide with International Women’s Day, the BCS North London Branch ran the first of a series of ‘Wominspiration’ events that aim to shine a light on some of the talented women currently working in the IT arena, with the aim of helping inspire the next generation.
  • Young Woman Conducting Research
    In a world where technological advances can create an undesirable future, there is an ever stronger call for more ethical research. Responsible research and innovation are a must. Margherita Nulli, Bernd Stahl, Carolyn Ten Holter and Martin de Heaver report.

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