Training and Education Article Archive

  • Luis Muñoz-González and Emil C. Lupu, from Imperial College London, explore the vulnerabilities of machine learning algorithms.
  • Alex Bardell and members of the BCS Green IT Specialist Group explore and explain the sustainable technologies that will make tomorrow’s smart cities pleasant places to live.
  • Chris Yapp FBCS reflects on the uneven history of artificial intelligence, and looks ahead with ever-hopeful eyes.
  • Grant Powell spoke to Dr Sue Black about her career to date and the exciting Techmums initiative that’s encouraging more women to forge their own successful careers in tech.
  • Paul Jagger FBCS, Business Area Manager for IBM Learning Development (Europe), makes the argument that accessibility in learning shouldn’t be viewed as a compliance activity, rather it should be embraced as a means of ensuring good design.
  • Gerry Wolf explains how the simplicity and power theory of artificial intelligence may help solve problems in computing.
  • In BCS’s member-sourced ‘ideas for good’ campaign, Dave Brooks channels Jeff Goldblum’s character from Jurassic Park. He says, with the Institute’s stated goal of making IT good for society in mind,‘we need to ask why.
  • The list of potential dangers for our children as they navigate the complexities of digital life, and its crossover and connections with ‘real’ life, are long. How can we help them? How can we engage them in the conversation?
  • Martin Cooper AMBCS RITTech recently spoke to Beverly Clarke, author of a brand new book, and indispensable teaching resource, Computer Science Teacher. Beverly spoke about her career to date, her passion for teaching and the thinking behind her book.
  • Paul D Jagger FBCS explains what registered charity Archives of IT is all about and how he thinks it will inspire the next generation to launch their own careers in computing.