Our feature this week is an interview with Nicholas Hart talked who’s talking to Julie McCann about sensor networks. Jumps: 00:10 Intro 00:31 News 00:31 Pattern Lock can break in less than 5 attempts 01:37 Transparency and Trust in the Cognitive Era… Continue Reading
Happy New Year! Here we are, catching up on our backlog, by publishing our second December episode. In this episode, Stan interviews Prof. Peter Pietzuch on the topic of big data processing and security on distributed systems. Also, we’ll challenge you with… Continue Reading
Welcome to the first December episode of CompuCast! We have prepared for you a questionable news segment, followed by our main feature. There, Stan interviews Dan Grove and Kasper Lund about the past, present, and future of the Dart programming language. Of course, Compucast wouldn’t… Continue Reading
Welcome to the first November episode of CompuCast! Our main feature is a very interesting interview with Rebecca Fiebrink from Goldsmiths, University of London. We discuss about how Machine Learning can help humans create Art and better Human-Computer Interfaces. And as always,… Continue Reading
The second October Episode of Compucast is here! In this episode, Nicholas Hart interviews Jose Principe, from the University of Florida, on the Cognitive Integration of Prosthetic Devices. And, of course, we bring you the latest news and our monthly… Continue Reading
October has been slow, and we’ve been slow with it. But the wait is over! The first of the October episodes is out! This time, Sylvain Frey talks to Hakim Weatherspoon from Cornell University about the supercloud, time synchronization, and the wireless datacenter experiment.… Continue Reading
Welcome to the second September episode of CompuCast! This time, we have a very interesting interview with Sethu Vijayakumar from the University of Edinburgh. We talk about Robot Wars, his role as a judge, and his work on Robotics. And as… Continue Reading
Welcome to the first September episode of Compucast! In this episode we bring you the latest news, an exciting quiz, and an interview with Boris Grot, from the University of Edinburgh, about novel architectures for warehouse-scale computers. Jumps: 00:12 Intro 01:04… Continue Reading
This episode we talk to Prof. Paul McKevitt from Ulster University about Sentiment analysis. Paul is Chair in Digital MultiMedia at the School of Creative Arts & Technologies, Faculty of Arts and member of the Computer Science Research Institute (CSRI).
In this, the first of our August episodes, we talk to Graham Kirby about family tree generation. We hope you enjoy it!