Computerphile takes look at the technology that may help health services to work out how viruses can spread.
2020 is a census year and we take fast, actionable data analytics for granted.
It wasn’t always easy or fast until the advent of a punchcards brought about by a competition.
YouTube channel standupmaths explains.
For Mathematics, trees are more useful than strings.
Professor Thorsten Altenkirch takes us through a functional approach to coding them in Python.
Professor Thorsten Altenkirch demonstrates a recursive Sudoku solver.
Rob Miles of Computerphile discusses the idea of a gym for training AI algorithms.
Recently, I heard a term for companies (specifically IT leaders) who actively resist the move to the cloud – “Server Huggers.”
But, what exactly are they are clinging on to?
This Does Not Compute shows you.
Computerphile has Professor Brailsford explain regular expressions.
Engadget takes a look at the AMD/Intel rivalry at CES this year.
Is it me or is hardware suddenly getting interesting again?
Computerphile explored AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) with Dr Mike Pound explains.
Computerphile examines how voice controlled assistants Alexa works.