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the University of Oxford has one of the longest-established Computer Science departments in the country, founded in 1957
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Oxford University 18h
A truly scalable quantum computer will change the world. Find out how, and why you should care, in the latest episode of our Futuremakers podcast:
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 18
This week we have welcomed 25 students studying Computer Science as part of the UNIQ scheme. UNIQ offers prospective students the opportunity to experience a taste of life at the University of Oxford and study a subject that interests them
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 17
Many congratulations to 's Marta Kwiatkowska, and to the other new Fellows
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Oxford University Apr 14
It's the moment you've all been waiting for - the Discover brochure is now available! Our researchers from all over the world, and from a variety of backgrounds, are working across the full spectrum of AI:
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MIT CSAIL Apr 10
Left: MIT computer scientist Katie Bouman w/stacks of hard drives of black hole image data. Right: MIT computer scientist Margaret Hamilton w/the code she wrote that helped put a man on the moon. (image credit )
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Oxford University Apr 7
There’s a global race to build the world’s first scalable quantum computer, work that could dramatically change our society. Find out who’s winning, and why you should care, in the latest episode of our Futuremakers podcast:
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 9
Jamie Vicary is one of the contributors to the new future makers podcast about Quantum Computing
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 6
Can't wait for the boat race! Lizzie Polgreen (DPhil Computer Science) is rowing as a member of the Oxford Women's Blue Boat crew, while Hal Frigaard (undergrad Maths and Computer Science) is a member of the men's reserve crew. Good Luck Oxford!
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Blanca Rodriguez Mar 29
We are hiring!!! Senior Research Associates in Oxford Computational Cardiovascular Science Team: please circulate , , , , , , ,
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 3
The latest Strachey Lecture delivered by Professor Leslie Kaelbling ‘Doing for our robots what evolution did for us’ is now available.
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Oxford Comp Sci Apr 2
We are really looking forward to this year. There are tickets available if you would like to take part in an workshop:
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Oxford Impacts Apr 1
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Oxford Comp Sci Mar 28
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Oxford University Mar 28
Nine Oxford researchers have been awarded grants for pioneering projects including one making synthetic tissues for applications in medicine, and another focusing on safety and robustness for AI systems:
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Oxford Comp Sci Mar 28
Marta Kwiatkowska is one of 222 scientists given awards in a €540 million EU investment to boost cutting-edge research. The five year 2.4m euro ERC Advanced Grant is for the project FUN2MODEL. Read more
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Oxford Comp Sci Mar 28
congratulations of the launch of Petras 2
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Oxford Comp Sci Mar 28
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Oxford Comp Sci Mar 27
. Doctoral student Artem Kaznatcheev has written a paper for the journal Genetics about using theoretical computer science to understand evolution. Read it here
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Guardian Tech Mar 12
Tim Berners-Lee on 30 years of the web: 'If we dream a little, we can get the web we want'
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The Web Foundation Mar 11
30 years on, what's next for the web? Read ’s letter on where we stand as a web community. It is up to us to fight for the web we want
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