Harold Cohen and AARON—A 40-Year Collaboration
Harold Cohen (May 1, 1928–April 27, 2016) was a pioneer in computer art, in algorithmic art, and in generative art; but as he told CHM Curator Chris Garcia one afternoon in 2010, he was first and foremost a painter. He was also an engineer whose work defined the first generation of computer-generated art. His system, AARON, is one of the longest-running, continually maintained AI systems in history. Harold Cohen was an exceptional artist, an impressive engineer, and an important bridge between those two worlds.READ MORE
1 to 1 Billion: Eight Exponential Entrepreneurial Stories
For its June 2016 launch, CHM’s Exponential Center worked with curatorial and collections staff to showcase a selection of artifacts that represent exponential entrepreneurial impact over the past 75 years. These artifacts exemplify eight stories of 1 to 1 billion.
CHM Education on YouTube
Learn from the best! Industry professionals, technology pioneers, and community programs partner with CHM Education to encourage students and educators to think critically about technology. Program highlights include Design_Code_Build, Get Invested, and Talking to the Future. Become inspired with CHM Education on YouTube.
2017 Fellow Award Nominations Now Open
The CHM Fellow Awards publically honor distinguished technology pioneers for their outstanding merits and significant contributions to the advancement of computing and evolution of the Information Age. Nominate your top candidates for CHM’s 2017 Fellow Awards today!