(Part 1 is written elsewhere, I’ll add a link here to it later)
I finished the book by Joseph Aoun a little while ago, and I’ve been sitting on my notes letting them stir. I think i have a fairly safe conclusion for its second half. That said, I would expect those with an understanding and empathetic relationship with their CS students and their families will have been at the cusp of some similar conclusions drawn by Aoun in Robot Proof in 2017.
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Ever thought what kind of app you would need to survive the Zombie Apocalypse? No, well neither had I until this semester’s session began and we needed a fun project for the final year students to work through in 8 hrs of lab time. This is what I came up with along with the support of the team at Aber Comp Sci.
SETTING SUMMARY – Infection is underway. We’re a few days into the epidemic. The cities are a mix of Continue reading “Building an IoT App for the Zombie Apocalypse”
On 26th August 2016 we drew to a close SAB2016, the 14th international conference of the series on bio-inspiration for robotics and algorithms from more or less any discipline at theory stages, to simulations and empirically applied. For me, nothing can take away my reverberating proudness I feel for just being a part of such a diverse, kind and like-minded collection of people with the sheer fascination for nature, paired with such talent and vision to pursue it for the betterment of society and life. I mean, isn’t that the dream?
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