The Digital Ape: Being Human in the Age of AI

Mansfield Public Talks Join Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, co-founder with Sir Tim Berners-Lee of the Open Data Institute, Principal of Jesus College, as he explores how humanity’s relationship with AI technology is evolving in the first decades of the 21st century. When: 30 October, 5.30pm Where: This event will take place online via Zoom Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/122950735961 

Computing At Schools (CAS) Virtual Showcase

Computing at School is announcing the launch of the CAS Virtual Showcase, a two-week packed programme that runs from Monday 22 June to Friday 3 July, bringing together our community, experts and guest speakers to offer over 50 online events and webinars. For more information and booking details see https://www.computingatschool.org.uk/news_items/918

e-sports Commentary Competition

The BCS AGD SG together with Solent University are holding an e-sports commentary competition for Students at Further Education or Higher Education, in full-time or part-time education in 2018-2019 Entrants should submit an interesting and entertaining commentary made from playing or spectating any video game. Entries will be a clip of 1-minute capturing the essence… Read more »

Future Engineers Project – Rose Hill Community Centre, 13th-17th August – Call for volunteers

This project is an IET/IMechE-funded robotics holiday club for 11-15 year olds living in areas of high socio-economic deprivation in Oxford.  Throughout the week, participants will learn to program a BBC microbit then design and build their own robot to follow a winding path. At the end of the week, they’ll then get to take… Read more »

Oxford Raspberry Jam: Evening Flavour

A meetup and event for Raspberry Pi enthusiasts! 15th Feb 7-8.30pm in the Pod at Science Oxford Have you just found out about the Raspberry Pi at the last Oxford Raspberry Jam and want to know more? Or are you an experienced user, keen to meet like-minded people and discuss your projects? Whether you’re new… Read more »