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Computing for the Future of the Planet

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Computing is a crucial weapon in our armoury for ensuring the future of the planet. Computing will play a key part in optimising use of physical resources and ultimately their substitution by the digital world.

The speaker will describe a number of technologies and experimental computer systems which generate and use sensor information. Such systems present opportunities for analysis and optimisation. Feedback to users will be discussed as will the dilemmas of privacy and surveillance.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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