We’ve now confirmed the sixth and seventh speakers for Festival Day 2019 and those attending will be treated to talks from Dr Heather Williams, Principal Medical Physicist for Nuclear Medicine at The Christie Hospital and honorary Lecturer at the University of Manchester, and Claire Garside, teacher, creative technologist and a postgraduate researcher at The University of Leeds.
We are thrilled to announce that the first five Festival Day talks have been confirmed and these will include fascinating insights into computing history, with science writer Georgina Ferry presenting the story of LEO: the world’s first business computer. We will also hear from technology lawyer and CEO of Trustable, Amanda Brock, who will talk about how our perceptions of and interactions with software have profoundly changed — and the need to manage risk and for trustable software...
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