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Pick Of The Week: Voting Software On Video

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Pick Of The Week: Voting Software On Video

Pick Of The Week: Voting Software On Video

Pick Of The Week: Voting Software On Video

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'Science Friday' Video:

The key to an electronic voting machine is its software. Computer scientist Ka-Ping Yee describes in a Science Friday video how he created the prototype voting machine software he calls Pvote. He aimed to streamline the code using an open source programming language called Python.

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