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Public Lectures - Computer Science and the Internet

A

A History of Computing in Three Parts
Algorithms among Us: Machine Learning and Society
Artificial Intelligence is the New Electricity
Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Robots, Trusting Technology
Automated Program Synthesis

B

Big Data: Hope or Hype?

C

Can a Machine Ever Argue?
Can Robots be Made Creative Enough to Invent Their Own Language?
Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace
Computer Viruses
Computing for the Future of the Planet
Computing Mathematics
Cyber Forensics Research
Cybersecurity and Privacy and the Human Factors behind It

D

Data, Data Everywhere But Let's Just Stop and Think
Deep Learning School Lectures (September, 2016)
Deep Learning: Intelligence from Big Data
DNA Hard Drives, Quantum Computing, Moore's Law
Doing with Images Makes Symbols: Communicating with Computers
Driverless Vehicles: Navigating an Autonomous Future

H

How to Improve Software Engineering Practices
How to Think like a Computer

I

Intelligent Autonomous Systems
Interactive Artificial Intelligence
Interdisciplinarity in the Age of Networks

L

Learning Language through Interaction
Living in a Cyber-Enabled World

N

Neurobotics: Where Human and Robots Connect

O

Objects and Interface for System Software Structure
Object-Oriented Programming
Operating Systems Architecture in the 1990s
Our Robots, Ourselves

P

Privacy in the Internet (without Giving Up Everything Else)
Procedural Language and Knowledge

Q

Quantum Computing and the Limits of the Efficiently Computable

R

Reengineering Business: The Shift to Client/Server

S

Scalable Systems for Fast and Easy Machine Learning
Secret History of Silicon Valley
Sensors, Wearable Devices and Internet of Things
Sharing Autonomy (and Responsibility): The Robots Are Ready, Are You?
Social Implications of Computing
Socially Assistive Robotics

T

The History (and the Future) of Software
The Impact of New Technology on Healthcare Research
The Invisible Trail: Pervasive Tracking in a Connected Age
The Long-Term Future of (Artificial) Intelligence
The Power of Locality for Network Algorithms
The Programming Language Wars
Turing and von Neumann

U

Understanding Silicon Valley

V

Visual Programming in Data Flow Environments

W

What is AI and will It Take Away Our Jobs?
What will Happen When Artificial Intelligence and the Internet Meet Professions?