Computer scientist, entrepreneur, part-time academic and full-time gadget enthusiast based in Cambridge, England.
June 19th, 2022 | 1 hr 18 mins
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Brent sits down with Dr Quentin Stafford-Fraser, computer scientist, serial-entrepreneur, inventor (perhaps) of the webcam, Augmented Reality Ph.D. who ran the very first web server at the University of Cambridge, among much more. We explore topics including computer science as an art-form, the origins of the Raspberry Pi and T9 predictive text, philosophies around innovation and invention, challenging the patent system, and more.