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Web Fonts - Computerphile 11:57

Web Fonts - Computerphile

In the first days of the web, font choice was down to the viewer - Dr Tamir Hassan on how things developed. More about Dr Hassan http://www.tamirhassa...


Published 18 hours ago • Views: 26,109

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CPUs Are Out of Order - Computerphile 15:09

CPUs Are Out of Order - Comput...

Spectre and Meltdown showed up holes in the hardware implementation of CPUs, but what exactly are the exploits targetting? Dr Bagley dives into the de...


Published 5 days ago • Views: 86,584

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Elliptic Curves - Computerphile 08:42

Elliptic Curves - Computerphil...

Just what are elliptic curves and why use a graph shape in cryptography? Dr Mike Pound explains. Mike's myriad Diffie-Hellman videos: https://www.yout...


Published 1 week ago • Views: 72,520

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Compaq Portable (Halt & Catch Fire) - Computerphile 04:38

Compaq Portable (Halt & Catch ...

The Compaq portable was the first IBM compatible machine and its creation inspired the AMC TV Show "Halt and Catch Fire." See more of the Centre for C...


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 34,555

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The Archive (Centre For Computing History) - Computerphile 32:01

The Archive (Centre For Comput...

A rare chance to look at the archives behind the Centre for Computing History (this is probably ten videos in one!) - thanks to Museum director Jason ...


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 32,842

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Spectre & Meltdown - Computerphile 13:45

Spectre & Meltdown - Computerp...

Spectre refers to a whole family of potential weaknesses of which Meltdown is just one. Dr Steve Bagley talks about CPU hardware design flaws on an un...


Published 3 weeks ago • Views: 231,252

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Key Exchange Problems - Computerphile 09:18

Key Exchange Problems - Comput...

Diffie Hellman has a flaw. Dr Mike Pound explains how a man in the middle could be a big problem, unless we factor it in... Public Key Cryptography: h...


Published 4 weeks ago • Views: 67,358

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Festive Fractals - Computerphile 21:37

Festive Fractals - Computerphi...

Fractals aren't just fascinating computer generated patterns, they could also be the key to future computer architecture. Professor Phil Moriarty expl...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 60,104

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Diffie Hellman -the Mathematics bit- Computerphile 07:05

Diffie Hellman -the Mathematic...

Correction : as oodles of commenters have pointed out, the clock face should go from 0 to n-1. Also, worth reminding people that Mike has simplified t...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 72,755

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Secret Key Exchange (Diffie-Hellman) - Computerphile 08:40

Secret Key Exchange (Diffie-He...

How do we exchange a secret key in the clear? Spoiler: We don't - Dr Mike Pound shows us exactly what happens. Mathematics bit: https://youtu.be/Yjrfm...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 89,100

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Bluetooth & Sync - Computerphile 13:24

Bluetooth & Sync - Computerphi...

How do Bluetooth devices maintain audio/video sync? Dr Steve Bagley on the subtleties of sync. Net Neutrality: https://youtu.be/SC-7fyBfvsw Diffie Hel...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 69,279

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Anti Bank-Fraud Technology - Computerphile 12:01

Anti Bank-Fraud Technology - C...

What's being done to stop criminals in online banking? Dr Steven Murdoch (Principal Research Fellow) in the UCL Info Security Group. EXTRA BITS: https...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 52,178

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The Anonymisation Problem - Computerphile 10:17

The Anonymisation Problem - Co...

Keeping data anonymous seems easy, but keeping identities separate is a big problem. Professor Derek McAuley explains. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/4D...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 57,642

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Malware Overview - Computerphile 13:58

Malware Overview - Computerphi...

Malware comes in many shapes and sizes, here's an overview of how some of it works. Enrico Mariconti is part of the UCL Security group. UCL Link: http...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 59,609

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Net Neutrality - Computerphile 12:35

Net Neutrality - Computerphile

The current debate about Net Neutrality may not be as clear cut as you'd imagine. Professor Derek McAuley lays out the details. https://www.facebook.c...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 89,563

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What is a Monad? - Computerphile 21:50

What is a Monad? - Computerphi...

Monads sound scary, but Professor Graham Hutton breaks down how handy they can be. https://www.facebook.com/computerphile https://twitter.com/computer...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 95,309

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MIDI & Digital Music Making - Computerphile 21:46

MIDI & Digital Music Making - ...

MIDI is still going strong after 34 years - Where is it used and how does it work? We asked David Domminney Fowler, Musician, Producer and Coder. Corr...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 53,476

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Bitcoin, Blockchain Forks & Lightning - Computerphile 08:41

Bitcoin, Blockchain Forks & Li...

Discussing Bitcoin scaling - Mustafa Al-Bassam of the UCL Security group talks about on-chain and off-Chain ideas. UCL Link: http://bit.ly/C_UCL-peopl...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 65,522

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1978 13:29

1978's Raspberry Pi (MK14) - C...

Sinclair computers (Timex in the US) was born out of a little known kit machine produced by 'Science of Cambridge' - Jason Fitzpatrick is from the Cen...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 72,858

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World 10:47

World's First Webcam - Compute...

In 1991 the web could only do text, but scientists at Cambridge Computer Laboratory were working with networked video.... Quentin Stafford-Fraser expl...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 60,186

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