As robotic and autonomous systems develop and become part of everyday life, York’s Festival of Ideas is exploring what we should and shouldn’t be worried about, and what AI might mean for our future health, employment and everyday life.
Trying to learn ‘how to code’ is not a productive use of your time unless it has major value in your job, or you enjoy programming as a hobby.
Alumnus Phil Greenland chose to study Computer Science as he had an interest in mathematics and problem solving. He was looking to find out how computers work, how computation is performed and how computers can be used to solve problems effectively. Now this supercharged graduate works at McLaren Applied Technologies Ltd (MAT).
Tom Brearley graduated from York with a BEng in Computer Science, and now works at Twitter Inc, California. Tom works as a software engineer on Twitter’s […]
Farewell to Chancellor Greg Dyke; one year of YuStart; the new York Graduate Research School; honorary graduates and more news from the University.