Etheroscope: A Smart Contract Visualiser

Guest post by Imperial College Industry Project Teams with Alice and Microsoft Azure Services. The team We are a group of undergraduates, studying Computing at Imperial College London. ● Joshua Cooper – www.linkedin.com/in/josh-cooper ● Finn Johnson – www.linkedin.com/in/finn-johnson ● G Suraj – https://g-suraj.github.io/ – https://www.linkedin.com/in/g-suraj/ ● William Woodacre – www.linkedin.com/in/william-woodacre ● Elliot Thomas – https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliot-thomas-29a1b6147/…

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Imperial College Hack – ICHack18 Cognitive Challenge Winners Spidentify

Guest post by the Microsoft Cognitive Challenge Winners of Imperial Hack 18 team Spidentify Our Team Jonathan Mounty https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-mounty/ Third Year, Computer Science MSci King’s College London Sam Larsen-Disney https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-larsen-disney-80291074/ Third Year, Computer Science BSc King’s College London Christo Lolov https://www.linkedin.com/in/christo-lolov-25b768150/ Third Year, Computing MEng Imperial College London Oliver Norton https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-norton-276178b0/ Fourth Year, Computing MEng…

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Azure Functions at University of Oxford

Guest blog by Johannes Goslar Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University About Me Let me introduce myself first. I am Johannes – usually called Johnny – Goslar. I got into development around 2011 by programming iOS games and am currently reading for a MSc in Computer Science at the University of Oxford. More information can…

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Microsoft Customvision.ai workshop

Guest post by Isaac Hutt Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College On Thursday the 8th of February Mason Cusack,  an Engineer from Microsoft delivered a fascinating Workshop on Microsoft’s Custom Vision service supported by the Microsoft Student Partners to an audience of Computing Students. The event started with a general talk on Microsoft Cognitive services…

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VisualCognition – Improving the internet for the millions, with just a weekend

Guest blog by Luke Harries, representing the Microsoft’s Cognitive Services prize winners at HackCambridge. HackCambridge provided the perfect opportunity to return to Cambridge University. It is where I completed my undergraduate degree in Medicine and Cognitive Neuroscience, before moving to UCL to study a masters in Computer Science. Our team included Filip, a masters student…

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AI resources for blending Microsoft AI Data Science into your curricula

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is proving to be a massively disruptive force, one that is leading to the digital transformation of businesses at a faster pace than most of us would have imagined. At Microsoft, we have developed two sets of Boot Camp materials This curriculum is primarily oriented towards these two personas which meet the…

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Running Spark on a GPU enabled cluster with AZTK

The ability to run Spark on a GPU enabled cluster demonstrates a unique convergence of big data and high-performance computing (HPC) technologies. Many institutions now want to provide infrastructure for high performance hardware such as GPUs with big data engines such as Spark, thus allowing academics, data scientists and data engineering students  to enable many…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Quantum Computing and Q#

Guest post by Frances Tibble Software Engineer at Microsoft [ I’m the beginner in Quantum Programming.] Frances graduated with a degree in Computing from Imperial College London having completed a final year project with Microsoft Research. Frances now works as a Software Engineer for Microsoft focusing on Machine Learning and High Scale Data… and as…

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Introduction to Quantum Computing

Guest post by Anita Ramanan Software Development Engineer at Microsoft Anita graduated from University College London in 2014 with an MSci in Natural Sciences: Atomic and Particle Physics and Physical Chemistry (TL;DR: Quantum Mechanics). Since then, she has been working at Microsoft and is now a Software Engineer focusing on the Internet of Things (particularly…

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The London Quantum Computing Meetup – Join the future revolution

Quantum computing takes a giant leap forward from today’s technology—one that will forever alter our economic, industrial, academic, and societal landscape. In just hours or days, a quantum computer can solve complex problems that would otherwise take billions of years for classical computing to solve. This has massive implications for research in healthcare, energy, environmental…

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