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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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One of event's two speakers - Mary Every - was a codebreaker
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 22
Providing privacy when running analytics on users’ personal data will be the subject of a public talk in Oxford by Prof Jon Crowcroft from the University of Cambridge on 6 March.
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Lords AI Committee Feb 22
On 10 October, we spoke to , Prof Nick Bostrom , and and heard from the media with , and Andrew Orlowski, of (2/5)
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MPLSOxford Feb 21
Last chance to apply for Media Fellowship - deadline 23 Feb. Have you ever wanted to get an insight into the inner workings of the media? Then apply here:
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 21
An important step in making sure that robots act safely and effectively in our society is to be able to formally express what trust is in a human-robot partnership. has written about work on how to express the properties of trust.
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 20
Fancy joining the team? is seeking an Associate Professor (or Professor) in Computer Science, who will also be appointed as Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science . Closing date for applications: 21 March 2018.
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FLoC'18 Oxford Feb 16
Registration is open for the FOPSS Logic and Learning School (1-6 July, Oxford). Details:
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MPLSOxford Feb 19
LAST CHANCE to book on to The Royal Society Visit - Presentation on Current Funding Schemes. This Fri 23 March 11:00-1:00pm
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Shimon Whiteson Feb 16
An interview with me in the latest issue of Interalia Magazine .
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 19
Senior researcher was interviewed about ethics for artificial intelligence in , following the release of her book, 'Towards a Code of Ethics for Artificial Intelligence'.
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FLoC'18 Oxford Feb 16
Call for Workshop papers now open! Deadline 15 April (notification by 15 May).
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 13
200 finalists from years 6-12 competed in a computational challenge over two weekends in January and February and . They were the top achievers from 132,000 students who entered the first round.
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 13
The department’s Prof Marina Jirotka () features in alongside other female scientists writing about their experiences and offering advice as women in science for on 11 February.
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 9
Professor Daniel Kroening from is quoted in an article by about the current state of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 7
To develop ethical codes in AI research, there are some complicated questions to address. Current work on codes are described in an article by who will be part of the ethics panel at the AI@Oxford event on 27 March.
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MPLSOxford Feb 6
Well done to Blanca Rodriguez Armin Reichold & Konrad Krawczyk for winning the MPLS Impact Award for researchers at any career stage for research that has had significant commercial (economic) impact since 1 Aug 2013
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Oxford Comp Sci Feb 6
A new 3-min video celebrates our research and teaching during the 60 years since department was founded. The fast-paced journey to reach today takes in and .
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Hitchin Girls School Feb 2
Congratulations to Ellie Stone (10C) who attended the finals of the UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge, held at the University of Oxford. Ellie was among the top 60 highest achieving students among 14,402 who entered the first round of the Senior age group category.
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SGS_Computing Feb 6
Stephen, Affan, and Cameron at the finals of the UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
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Oxford University Feb 5
How can you stay safe online? What shouldn't you share on social media? Head to our Facebook page tomorrow at 3.30pm to see Computer Scientist speaking to LIVE for :
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