Information Engineering and its Future

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Here is the beginning an Informative series of articles that I will be publishing about the new,exciting and ever evolving Information Technology Jobs. The series will begin with Information Engineers. Their roles and what they do, how they get to become information engineers, job prospects and expected wages for the next one decade. Enjoy reading and be informed.

About The Presentation.

What is the future of Information Engineering? In this year's prestigious Turing Lecture, Professor Sir Michael Brady will explore this very question, drawing on the experience of 20 years work at Oxford University. Summarizing his knowledge in the areas of mobile robotics, computer vision, signal processing, medical image analysis and artificial intelligence, he will then examine what information engineering really means and the possibilities for the future of this field.
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The all-pervasive nature of the general-purpose computer has made the most profound mark on almost every aspect of our lives. The central seminal figure in this computer revolution was Alan Turing, whose outstanding originality and vision made it possible, in work originating in the mid 1930s. Although it is now hard to see what the limits of the computer revolution might eventually be, it was Turing himself who pointed out to us the very existence of such theoretical limitations.

Information Engineering and its future

Sir Michael Brady

Presentation from BCS/IET Turing Lecture 2009

2009-01-28 12:00:00.0 IT Channel

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