Probably important to note that the class (n=300+) contains an equal distribution of computer science, engineering, social sciences, law and arts students.
Week 3) Can computers think? How Babbage-Hollerith-Jacquard-Lovelace debate infers our modern problems with artificial intelligence and automated machine decisions https://youtu.be/kgCzsQGqd1E
I've now made my introductory freshman-level Computational Thinking course lectures publicly available:
Week 1) Why computer scientists have to work with social scientists (and vice-versa) to solve our global problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OL5jywliS9g
#100yearofPPE and #100yearsofwomen at Oxford. Some fascinating stories here of what the women who have studied the subject have gone on to do. https://twitter.com/Politics_Oxford/status/1308332468328706054
100 years of PPE: a fascinating report on the history of the degree by
@bethanyawhite Samuel Wainwright and Lilly Schreiter of @OxfordHistory
Applications for the next MPLS #RisingWISE programme are now open!
#RisingWISE is an #Oxbridge network that helps women researchers thrive by enhancing leadership and negotiation skills and building networks for support and collaboration.
Apply here: https://eship.ox.ac.uk/apply-for-risingwise/