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22 - 25 February 2016

Robert Schukai (photo)

Delegates attended four fascinating evenings in February, when Robert Schukai, Head of Applied Innovation, Thomson Reuters will gave the 2016 IET and BCS Turing Lecture.


This year’s talk: The Internet of Me: It’s All About My Screens will look at the way smart phone technology has completely revolutionised the way we play, work, and live, and the information challenge that comes with constantly processing and generating so much data.


Find out more about the lectures.

Robert Schukai talks about the issues raised in the Turing Lecture in this article in The Guardian (1 March 2016).




View the article.

The Turing Lecture was streamed live as a webcast on Monday 22 February 2016.





View the webcast page for full details.


This lecture can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn one hour of CPD.

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