CS4FN Issue 16

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The language of computer science and programming is the focus of this edition of Computer Science for Fun. The articles cover:

• Arabic programming language

• White-hat hackers and penetration testing

• The Chinese Room thought experiment and artificial intelligence

• TuneTrace – ‘programming’ with drawings

• Web Services Choreography – the rules of engagement for computers

• Nursery rhymes and data compression

• Hijacking Skype for sending secret messages – electronic stenography

• What is lacking from video conferencing

• Comparing cooking recipes and computer programming

• Interesting communication stories

• AI keeping endangered languages alive

• Artificially intelligent, joke-telling computers

• Computer science and death

The magazine is edited by Paul Curzon, Jo Brodie and Peter W. McOwan

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