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Computing and the Future of the Planet

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"Computing: Demon or Deus ex Machina?" - slides for a talk on computing and climate change to British Computer Society Sussex Branch

"Computing: Demon or Deus ex Machina?" - slides for a talk on computing and climate change to British Computer Society Sussex Branch

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  • A very good presentation. The growing concern for climatic change got into my heart and I started feeling guilty whenever I switch on my computer. But it has become a necessary evil! Your presentation alleviated my guilt and am glad to know that greener computers are on the way.
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  • 1. Computing and the future of the planet: Demon or Deus ex machina? — Conrad Taylor Computing and the Future of the Planet a talk by Conrad Taylor Demon or Deus ex machina?
  • 2. Computing and the future of the planet: Demon or Deus ex machina? — Conrad Taylor Burning fossil fuels Carbon Dioxide ‘Greenhouse Effect’ Global Warming

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