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  • 19 Oct 2023
    Mor Harchol-Balter

    The Importance of Probability in Computing

    A Q&A with Professor Mor Harchol-Balter, author of the new Cambridge textbookIntroduction to Probability in Computing In today’s blog post, we’re delighted to catch up with the author of a ground-breaking textbook on probability for computing. We’ll discuss the inspiration behind the book, its target audience, and unique features that make it stand out from […]

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  • 17 May 2022

    Meet the Author: Andrew A. Chien

    In a 25-year career, Professor Andrew A. Chien  has been a chair professor, led Intel Research, and served as Editor in Chief of Communications of the ACM, and been an active researcher in cutting edge topics in computer science. We recently caught up with him to find out more about what motivates him and to […]

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  • 10 Jan 2022
    Amy S. Bruckman

    Is the internet changing how we create “knowledge”?

    How do we know what is “true”? When I was growing up in the 1970s, I believed most of the information I received. That included things my teachers told me, things I heard on the nightly news (my mother watched Walter Chronkite while she cooked dinner), and things I read in my textbooks. I accepted […]

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  • 9 Nov 2021
    Song Guo, Zhihao Qu

    The Cutting-Edge of Edge Learning

    Machine Learning (ML) has demonstrated great promises in various fields, e.g., smart health, smart surveillance, smart home, self-driving, smart grid, which are fundamentally altering the way individuals and organizations live, work and interact. Big data is one of the key promotion factors that boosts machine learning development, following the significant successes and progress of machine […]

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  • 29 Oct 2021
    Simson L. Garfinkel, Chris Jay Hoofnagle

    Q&A with Chris Jay Hoofnagle & Simson L. Garfinkel, authors of ‘Law and Policy for the Quantum Age’

    Law and Policy for the Quantum Age (out now as Open Access) is for readers interested in the political and business strategies underlying quantum sensing, computing, and communication. This work explains how these quantum technologies work, future national defense and legal landscapes for nations interested in strategic advantage, and paths to profit for companies. See […]

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  • 7 Sep 2021
    Peter P. Rohde

    The Vision for the Global Quantum Internet

    The true power of classical computing was never fully realised until the emergence of the internet. The internet enables information to be a commodity whose market value drives technological advancement. Quantum computers operate according to entirely different principles in the way they process information, which in the future will enable forms of computation, which cannot be realised on conventional computers. This raises the immediate question “what if we start networking them together?”

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  • 23 Jun 2021
    Arthur Rizzi, Jesper Oppelstrup

    In the footsteps of Leibniz: Learning by Computing

    This book focuses on the shaping of the lifting surfaces to give an aircraft the desired performance. Skills in shaping for performance can be built by hands-on experience in real aerodynamic design projects and learning from the masters, their successes and mistakes. Such on-the-job education is very expensive. The book takes another tack to prepare […]

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  • 16 Apr 2021

    What have Mathematics and Statistics ever done for you?

    By Graham Robertson Senior Marketing Executive, Cambridge University Press How much do you know about the influence of mathematics and statistics? April is Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month, so we thought we would share a quick snapshot… You probably know that secure online shopping and private messaging on your mobile or cell phone would not […]

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