Category Archives: Technology Strategy Board

INTELLIGENT Imaging @ UCL thanks to the Electronics, Sensors & Photonics KTN

A great event for taking the pulse of the time, assessing the state of the art and ensuring that my contribution continues to be unique. The events organised by the Electronics, Sensors and Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network always have particularly … Continue reading

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DIGITAL PENINSULA Greenwich: Gateway to the Internet of Everything

  Deconstructing the Internet of Things was the title for a 2-part event:   in the ever so intriguing Ravensbourne College near North Greenwich tube on the most impressive 11th floor of 6 Mitre Passage @ Digital Enterprise Greenwich, which … Continue reading

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I THINK, therefore I am – Grady Booch: Is the Mind Computable?

I THINK, therefore I am. This famous quotation by Rene Descartes is the title for the Prestige Lecture by the British Computer Society on 27th June. The speaker is Grady Booch, the Chief Scientist for Software Engineering at IBM Research. Is … Continue reading

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ADVANCING in-vivo imaging for stratified medicine – another day of TSB ‘weariness’ turning into hope!?

I was there, when the TSB was launched at the Barbican how many years ago? How many briefing meetings for ‘competitions’ for money have I attended since? Well, first of all, they have been great opportunities for knowing what the … Continue reading

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