Free public lectures on computer science

As the evening draw in it’s once again time for the annual series of Gibbons Lectures at the University of Auckland. Each year the four weekly lectures follow a theme; this year’s is titled: The artificial human body – by computer design, exploring how computers are being used to model various aspects of the human body, from our genome to medical imaging. The first lecture on Computational Physiology is by Distinguished Professor Peter Hunter, the Director of Auckland Bioengineering Institute on Thursday 5th of May at 6:30pm in the Owen G Glenn Building room 260.092 (OGGB3) on Level 0. Further information about all the lectures can be found here.

from The Universal Machine


About driwatson
I'm a New Zealand author, computer scientist and blogger specialising in Artificial Intelligence. I also have an interest in the history of computing and have just written a popular science book called "The Universal Machine - from the dawn of computing to digital consciousness."

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