A Ubiquity symposium is an organized debate around a proposition or point of view. It is a means to explore a complex issue from multiple perspectives. An early example of a symposium on teaching computer science appeared in Communications of the ACM (December 1989).
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New in Ubiquity Symposia:
Ubiquity: Editors Weigh On The Workings Of Science by Peter Denning (December 2021)
The Paradoxical Faces of Science by Peter Denning (January 2022)
Can Mankind Survive Scientific Illiteracy? by Philip Yaffe (February 2022)
Character Traits of Science by Peter Denning and Philip Yaffe (March 2022)
Is Science Limited to Science? By Philip Yaffe (March 2022)
AI in 2156: The Science of Intelligence by Kemal A. Delic and Jeff A. Riley (April 2022)
Is Engineering Applied Science? by Sharad Sinha (May 2022)
Trust in Science and Mathematics by Jeffrey Johnson and Andrew Odlyzko (June 2022)
Debunked Software Theories by Walter Tichy (June 2022)
To Be Published
How Software Engineering Research Became Empirical by Walter Tichy