KING’S Ely’s A Level Computer Science students attended the Computer Science in Action conference in London on November 27th.
Talks were given on a variety of disciplines within Computer Science by eminent speakers, including Tusha Sharma who explored the challenges in computer vision, demonstrating some current use cases and giving the students a glimpse of the future.
Jaimi Anderson invited students to follow her down the rabbit hole of crime and technology, discussing some interesting cases of digital forensics and how it fits in our society. Sir Nigel Shadbolt discussed current artificial intelligence research and explored various predictions for the future.
Mandy Chessell explored software development and the movement of data, and Paul Curzon gave a light-hearted look at the magic of Computer Science, and the importance of understanding people who will use the systems we develop.