Don't let your minds be consumed by thoughts of the near term as finals approach! Come to the last Harvard Computer Society seminar of the semester and shift gears by hearing about the bigger picture. Our speaker will talk about impending developments ranging from the fusion of computer science with new fields, to a future of intelligent machines outsmarting humans.
A Future of Computer Science
Where: Maxwell-Dworkin G135
When: 7pm Tuesday, December 1
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Thanks to everyone who came to the sixth installment of the 2009-2010 HCS seminar series. Here are the details of the talk:
Speaker: Dr. James Cuff, Director of Research Computing and Chief Technology Architect at FAS-IT
When James joined Harvard in 2006, both the IT landscape and financial climate were somewhat different than they are today. This talk will explain significant steps taken in the last three years to to bring both stability and scale to our computing infrastructure with scarce financial resources.
- Considering a concentration or secondary in computer science?
- Already concentrating/doing a secondary in computer science?
- A member of the CS faculty?
If so (or if you'd like to meet people in at least one of these three
groups), you are cordially invited to a Harvard computer science community event on Friday, November 13th in the lobby of Maxwell-Dworkin from 3-4:30.
Thanks to everyone who came to the fifth installment of the 2009-2010 HCS seminar series. Here are the details of the talk: