08:41
Bitcoin, Blockchain Forks & Lightning - Computerphile
by Computerph...
10 hours ago ∗ Views: 17,327
Discussing Bitcoin scaling - Mustafa Al-Bassam of the UCL Security group talks about on-chain and off-Chain ideas. UCL Link: http://bit.ly/C_UCL-peopl...
13:29
1978's Raspberry Pi (MK14) - Computerphile
by Computerph...
2 days ago ∗ Views: 58,860
Sinclair computers (Timex in the US) was born out of a little known kit machine produced by 'Science of Cambridge' - Jason Fitzpatrick is from the Cen...
10:47
World's First Webcam - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 week ago ∗ Views: 55,565
In 1991 the web could only do text, but scientists at Cambridge Computer Laboratory were working with networked video.... Quentin Stafford-Fraser expl...
09:39
Zero Knowledge Proofs - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 week ago ∗ Views: 83,819
How do you prove something without giving away all your data? Zero Knowledge Proofs could hold the answer. Alberto Sonnino, Research Student at UCL .....
15:02
Computing Limit - Computerphile
by Computerph...
2 weeks ago ∗ Views: 128,057
Just how far can we go with processing speed? Physicist Professor Phil Moriarty talks about the hard limits of computing. Technical physics (aside) vi...
19:57
Scaling Blockchains - Computerphile
by Computerph...
2 weeks ago ∗ Views: 73,672
Scaling up blockchains is far from simple - Dr Shehar Bano of the Information Security Group at UCL dicusses some of the problems. UCL Link: ...
09:11
Wildcards - Computerphile
by Computerph...
3 weeks ago ∗ Views: 47,595
What's going on when we search for *.docx? Dr Steve Bagley talks us through wild cards. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/M-yJYfvZRv8 ...
21:21
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) - Computerphile
by Computerph...
3 weeks ago ∗ Views: 87,883
Artificial Intelligence where neural nets play against each other and improve enough to generate something new. Rob Miles explains GANs One of the pap...
10:53
Krack Attacks (WiFi WPA2 Vulnerability) - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 month ago ∗ Views: 235,043
Secure WiFi is broken - Dr Mike Pound & Dr Steve Bagley on the Krack Attack discovered by researchers in Belgium. Mike's description of crib dragging ...
13:31
Homotopy Type Theory Discussed - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 month ago ∗ Views: 31,291
Discussing Homotopy Type Theory with Professor Thorsten Altenkirch. Main Vladimir Voevodsky Video: https://youtu.be/v5a5BYZwRx8 ...
10:24
ESSENTIALS: Subroutines & The Wheeler Jump - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 month ago ∗ Views: 42,002
A true essential, the subroutine saves time, effort and helps avoid bugs. Dr Bagley explains why he has two essentials! Essentials: Hidden Pointers: ....
05:53
Homotopy Type Theory: Vladimir Voevodsky - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 month ago ∗ Views: 39,965
Voevodsky took his knowledge of abstract geometry and applied it to Computer Science, then took Computer Science principles and applied them to ...
15:21
AI YouTube Comments - Computerphile
by Computerph...
1 month ago ∗ Views: 110,778
Generating YouTube comments with a neural network trained on YouTube comments. What could possibly go wrong? Dr Mike Pound replied to our comment.
05:44
Essentials: Hidden Pointers - Computerphile
by Computerph...
2 months ago ∗ Views: 55,382
Pointers are an essential element of computing. Dr Steve Bagley explains how everything rests on pointers. Password Cracking: https://youtu.be/7U-RbOK...
17:46
Propositions as Types - Computerphile
by Computerph...
2 months ago ∗ Views: 48,093
Mathematics once again meets Computer Science as Professor Altenkirch continues to discuss Type Theory Thanks to Lily the dog!