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Lego Computer Science: Truth Tables
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Lego Computer Science: Truth Tables

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London Truth tables are a simple way of reason about logic that were popularised by the 20th century philosopher Ludwig...

Jacquie Lawson: the multi-million pound greeting
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Jacquie Lawson: the multi-million pound greeting

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London (from the cs4fn women are here special issue) There is real money to be made out there in the virtual world – if...

Ludwig Wittgenstein: tautology and truth tables
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Ludwig Wittgenstein: tautology and truth tables

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London Ludwig Wittgenstein is one of the most important philosophers of the 20th century. His interest was in logic and...

Cognitive crash dummies
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Cognitive crash dummies

Mathematical, digital and physical models can help us design things better (and more safely!)

Chatbot or Cheatbot?
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Chatbot or Cheatbot?

by Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London The chatbots have suddenly got everyone talking, though about them as much as with them. Why? Because one, chatGPT...

Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code, born 14 January 1967
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code, born 14 January 1967

Black Girls Code aims to teach one million Black girls to code before 2040.

Hedy Lamarr: The movie star, the piano player and the torpedo
From CS4FN (Computer Science For Fun)

Hedy Lamarr: The movie star, the piano player and the torpedo

by Peter W McOwan, Queen Mary University of London (from the archive) Hedy Lamarr was a movie star. Back in the 1940’s, in Hollywood’s Golden Age, she was considered...

Gary Starkweather (b 9 Jan 1938) invented the laser printer and colour management
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Gary Starkweather (b 9 Jan 1938) invented the laser printer and colour management

Gary Starkweather (9 January 1938 – 26 December 2019) invented and developed the first laser printer. In the late 1960s he was an engineer working in the US for...
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