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Designing robots that care (plus links to related careers)
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Designing robots that care (plus links to related careers)

An article from Nicola Plant about ways of making social robots more sociable which links to a related EPSRC project about a tablet-based AI tool for people with...

A visit to the Turing Machine: a short story
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

A visit to the Turing Machine: a short story

by Greg Michaelson Greg Michaelson is an Emeritus professor of computer science at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. He is also a novelist and a short storyContinue...

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 3: the program
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 3: the program

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London We have so far built the hardware of a Lego Turing Machine. Next we need the crucial part: software. It needs aContinue...

UASG Publishes 2023 Universal Acceptance Activities Report
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

UASG Publishes 2023 Universal Acceptance Activities Report

By the UASG 2023 was a milestone year for Universal Acceptance (UA). From local awareness and training sessions around the world to the inaugural UA Day, global...

UASG Announces Shortlisted Events for UA Day 2024
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

UASG Announces Shortlisted Events for UA Day 2024

The Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) has published the shortlisted events for the second annual Universal Acceptance (UA) Day, which will be held from...

AMPER: AI helping future you remember past you
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

AMPER: AI helping future you remember past you

Research to develop a new AI tool to help people with dementia to remember, and gain confidence. Also includes some suggested classroom activities and examples...

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 2: the controller
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 2: the controller

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London Last time we started to build a working computer out of Lego: a Turing Machine. So far we have seen that we canContinue...

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 1: the tape
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Lego Computer Science: Turing Machines Part 1: the tape

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London It it possible to make a working computer out of lego and you do not even have to pay for an expensive robot Mindstorm...

Singing bird – a human choir, singing birdsong
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Singing bird – a human choir, singing birdsong

Dawn Chorus: Marcus Coates and Geoff Sample recorded birdsong, then slowed it down and got people to sing it (then sped it up again!).

Eggheads: helping us to visualise objects and classes
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Eggheads: helping us to visualise objects and classes

by Daniel Gill, Queen Mary University of London Past CS4FN articles have explored object-oriented programming through self-aware pizza and Strictly Come Dancing...

Ethics – What would you do? Part 2: answers
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Ethics – What would you do? Part 2: answers

Answers to our ethical dilemma quiz from yesterday.

Ethics – What would you do?
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Ethics – What would you do?

An ethical dilemma quiz with answers coming tomorrow.

Equality, diversity and inclusion in the R Project: collaborative community coding & curating with Dr Heather Turner
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Equality, diversity and inclusion in the R Project: collaborative community coding & curating with Dr Heather Turner

Find out about Dr Heather Turner's EPSRC project to increase diversity and representation in software (R programming language) and about the role of Research Software...

Tonight, 8pm on BBC Four – the first of three Christmas Lectures for young people on Artificial Intelligence
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Tonight, 8pm on BBC Four – the first of three Christmas Lectures for young people on Artificial Intelligence

If you're near a television or computer at 8pm you can watch the first of this year's Christmas Lectures, all about artificial intelligence.

CS4FN Advent Calendar – Day 25 bonus Christmas crackers: have you ever seen this cracker joke?
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent Calendar – Day 25 bonus Christmas crackers: have you ever seen this cracker joke?

If you’re pulling a Christmas cracker today look out for this now famous but fairly puzzling ‘joke’ – Q: What kind of cough medicine does Dracula take?A: Con medicine...

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 23: Father Christmas – checking his list, spotting the errors
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 23: Father Christmas – checking his list, spotting the errors

Our CS4FN Christmas Computing Advent Calendar has now been running for 23 days! That’s one post every single day, matching a computing-themed blog post to the image...

CS4FN Advent 2023: wreaths and rope memory – weave your own space age computer
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent 2023: wreaths and rope memory – weave your own space age computer

Each day throughout December (until Christmas Day) we’ll be publishing a computing-themed blog post suggested by the picture on the front of our Advent Calendar...

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 21: stars and celestial navigation
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 21: stars and celestial navigation

Every day from the 1st to the 25th of December this blog will publish a Christmas Computing post, as part of our CS4FN Christmas Computing Advent Calendar. On the...

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 19: jingle bells or warning bells? Avoiding computer scams
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 19: jingle bells or warning bells? Avoiding computer scams

It’s Day 19 of the CS4FN Christmas Computing Advent Calendar. Every day throughout Advent we’ll be doing our best to publish a computing-themed post that relates...

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 18: cracker or hacker? Cyber security
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

CS4FN Advent 2023 – Day 18: cracker or hacker? Cyber security

It’s Day 18 of the CS4FN Christmas Computing Advent Calendar. We’ve been posting a computing-themed article linked to the picture on the ‘front’ of the advent calendar...
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