Google executive Eric Schmidt discusses the future of technology as part of a a three-day conference in honor of the centennial of the birth of Alan Turing, the father of computer science.
Featured speakers at the conference, in addition to Schmidt, include eight winners of the Turing Award (the equivalent of a Nobel Prize in the field of computer science).
Schmidt is introduced by Robert Sedgewick,the William O. Baker ’39 Professor in Computer Science, Princeton. Both Schmidt and Turing are Princeton alumni.
Princeton University’s School of Engineering is unique in combining the strengths of a world-leading research institution with the qualities of an outstanding liberal arts college.