[Event Summary] Science Oxford Christmas Event

As part of our endeavour to reach out to the community, we try each Christmas to include a wider and younger audience. We advertised this evening as a fun family event, suitable for 10+. There were 46 attendees of whom 15 were children mostly in the 11 to 16 age group. It was a resounding… Read more »

BCS Policy Response to the Internet Safety Strategy – Green Paper

BCS are preparing an Organisational response to the Government’s ‘Internet Safety Strategy – green paper’. We are extremely keen to engage our member group community in this process. You can contribute to the BCS response by responding to the questions in the document attached below and emailing your responses to policyhub@bcs.uk, all contributions should be submitted by… Read more »

2017 Lovelace Lecture by Professor Andrew Blake, Alan Turing Institute

“Machines that learn to see” Monday 8 May 2017  6:00 – 9:30pm The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG BOOK HERE As part of the BCS 60th anniversary celebrations this Lovelace lecture is free of charge.  Abstract  Machine vision works nowadays. Machines can: navigate using vision; separate object from background; recognise a… Read more »