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Krack Attacks (WiFi WPA2 Vulnerability) - Computerphile 10:53

Krack Attacks (WiFi WPA2 Vulne...

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 ...


Published 6 days ago • Views: 171,815

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Homotopy Type Theory Discussed - Computerphile 13:31

Homotopy Type Theory Discussed...

Discussing Homotopy Type Theory with Professor Thorsten Altenkirch. Main Vladimir Voevodsky Video: https://youtu.be/v5a5BYZwRx8 ...


Published 1 week ago • Views: 26,899

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ESSENTIALS: Subroutines & The Wheeler Jump - Computerphile 10:24

ESSENTIALS: Subroutines & The ...

A true essential, the subroutine saves time, effort and helps avoid bugs. Dr Bagley explains why he has two essentials! Essentials: Hidden Pointers: ....


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 37,634

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Homotopy Type Theory: Vladimir Voevodsky  - Computerphile 05:53

Homotopy Type Theory: Vladimir...

Voevodsky took his knowledge of abstract geometry and applied it to Computer Science, then took Computer Science principles and applied them to ...


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 37,252

by Computerphile
AI YouTube Comments - Computerphile 15:21

AI YouTube Comments - Computer...

Generating YouTube comments with a neural network trained on YouTube comments. What could possibly go wrong? Dr Mike Pound replied to our comment.


Published 3 weeks ago • Views: 89,759

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Essentials: Hidden Pointers - Computerphile 05:44

Essentials: Hidden Pointers - ...

Pointers are an essential element of computing. Dr Steve Bagley explains how everything rests on pointers. Password Cracking: https://youtu.be/7U-RbOK...


Published 3 weeks ago • Views: 52,827

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Propositions as Types - Computerphile 17:46

Propositions as Types - Comput...

Mathematics once again meets Computer Science as Professor Altenkirch continues to discuss Type Theory Thanks to Lily the dog!


Published 4 weeks ago • Views: 45,741

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Programming Loops vs Recursion - Computerphile 12:32

Programming Loops vs Recursion...

Programming loops are great, but there's a point where they aren't enough. Professor Brailsford explains. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/DVG5G1V8Zx0 The...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 139,810

by Computerphile
3D Model from a Selfie - Computerphile 08:03

3D Model from a Selfie - Compu...

Converting a single 2D photo into a 3D model of your face. Convolutional Neural Networks are clever things. Aaron Jackson is part of the Computer Visi...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 40,397

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Reacting to Social Media - Computerphile 10:49

Reacting to Social Media - Com...

Discussing how Social Media interfaces work with Dr Max Wilson. Easter Egg - The bit where Max is recorded on YouTube: https://youtu.be/G7-YPz-L3Z4 .....


Published 1 month ago • Views: 40,724

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Cellphones & Big Data - Computerphile 09:09

Cellphones & Big Data - Comput...

Cellphone providers routinely collect data from you - Data science PhD researcher and hackathon enthusiast Gregor Engelmann breaks it down. Archimed...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 54,886

by Computerphile
Designing Software for Collaboration - Computerphile 13:12

Designing Software for Collabo...

Building blocks and strawberry laces make collaborative software design childsplay - Dr Max Wilson http://www.facebook.com/computerphile ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 41,129

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Triple Ref Pointers - Computerphile 08:28

Triple Ref Pointers - Computer...

The 'magic' trick of pointers to pointers - Professor Brailsford explains how what might seem complicated will actually simplify your code. (See Extra...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 70,580

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2FA: Two Factor Authentication - Computerphile 12:34

2FA: Two Factor Authentication...

Just what's going on when your email provider wants to send you a text message? Dr Mike Pound talks about multi-factor authentication. Password Cracki...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 94,485

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Why C is so Influential - Computerphile 10:50

Why C is so Influential - Comp...

Why is C such an influential language? We asked ardent C fan Professor Brailsford. Brian Kernighan Playlist: ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 202,239

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Securing Stream Ciphers (HMAC) - Computerphile 09:24

Securing Stream Ciphers (HMAC)...

Bit flipping a stream cipher could help you hit the Jackpot! But not with HMAC. Dr Mike Pound explains. Correction : "pseudo" is spelled incorrectly o...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 69,995

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Essentials: Pointer Power! - Computerphile 00:20

Essentials: Pointer Power! - C...

Pointers are fundamental in programming and Professor Brailsford couldn't live without them! Professor Brailsford's Code: ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 86,701

by Computerphile
Essentials: Functional Programming 13:26

Essentials: Functional Program...

Encoding recursion in the Lambda calculus, one of Professor Graham Hutton's favourite functions. Lambda Calculus: https://youtu.be/eis11j_iGMs Profess...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 81,531

by Computerphile
Essentials: Brian Kernighan on Associative Arrays - Computerphile 10:34

Essentials: Brian Kernighan on...

The 'Swiss Army Knife' of data structures, Professor Brian Kernighan talks about the associative array with beer & pizza. EXTRA BITS: ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 60,138

by Computerphile
Stop Button Solution? - Computerphile 23:45

Stop Button Solution? - Comput...

After seemingly insurmountable issues with Artificial General Intelligence, Rob Miles takes a look at a promising solution: Cooperative Inverse Reinfo...


Published 3 months ago • Views: 142,280

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