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Computer Science
This series is host to episodes created by the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, one of the longest-established Computer Science departments in the country. The series reflects this department's world-class research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as computational biology, quantum computing, computational linguistics, information systems, software verification, and software engineering.
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4.0 stars from 13 ratings
I had high hopes for this, but it is really in a video format that doesn't play back well on my phone, and the audio quality is poor, so it's not something with which I will continue listenning. The topics are brilliant, but I can't learn it if I can't hear it or play it.Read full review »
ElimiNathan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/20
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