This series is host to episodes created by the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, one of the longest-established Computer Science departments in the country.
The series reflects this department's world-class research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as computational biology, quantum computing, computational linguistics, information systems, software verification, and software engineering.
|1||Strachey Lecture - Probabilistic machine learning: foundations and frontiers||Professor Zoubin Ghahramani gives a talk on probabilistic modelling from it's foundations to current areas of research at the frontiers of machine learning.||Zoubin Ghahramani||15 Mar 2017|
|2||Oxford University Department of Computer Science: Second Year Group Design Practicals||Students undertaking undergraduate (first) degrees in Computer Science, Computer Science & Philosophy and Maths & Computer Science undertake a Group Design Practical as a compulsory part of the course.||Computer Science Students||08 Nov 2016|
|3||Strachey Lecture - The Once and Future Turing||Professor Andrew Hodges author of 'Alan Turing: The Enigma' talks about Turing's work and ideas from the definition of computability, the universal machine to the prospect of Artificial Intelligence.||Andrew Hodges, Mike Wooldridge||02 Nov 2016|
|4||Creative Commons||Strachey Lecture - Quantum Supremacy||Dr Scott Aaronson (MIT, UT Austin) gives the 2016 Strachey lecture.||Scott Aaronson||14 Jun 2016|
|5||Artificial Intelligence and the Future||In this talk Demis Hassabis discuss's what is happening at the cutting edge of AI research, its future impact on fields such as science and healthcare, and how developing AI may help us better understand the human mind.||Demis Hassabis||26 Feb 2016|
|6||Creative Commons||Bidirectional Computation is Effectful||A reconstruction (slides and voiceover) of a talk given at the Summit on Advances in Programming Languages (snapl.org/2015) in May 2015.||Jeremy Gibbons||17 Nov 2015|