Archive | October, 2014

Visit to BP HIVE Aberdeen 17th Oct 2014

Reblogged from the site of Daniel Doolan at Today I took a group of two dozen, mainly studying for an MSc in IT for Oil & Gas on a visit BP’s HIVE – Highly Immersive Virtual Environment. The visit went through a number of presentations & demos highlighting how the HIVE is used. The […]

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Industry skills shortage creates demand for IT graduates

As demand increases within Scotland’s digital technologies industry, market leaders have warned that the industry is facing a critical skills shortage. With over 70,000 people working in web design, software development and telecommunications, a further 10,000 people are needed each year to support this growth and fill these positions. With graduate starting salaries at over […]

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Ian Watson - Guest Lecturer

Guest lecture by Dr Ian Watson

“Alan Turing and the Artificial Brain” – Guest lecture by Dr Ian Watson Associate Professor at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Dr Ian Watson is an Associate Professor within the Department of Computer Science at the University of Auckland. His career has involved the practical application of many areas of Artificial Intelligence research. Alan […]

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