Come see IBM Watson Exhibit
In 2011, the Watson computing system made history on the quiz show Jeopardy! by beating the show’s two greatest champions in a televised exhibition match.
Watson received the first prize of $1 million. Now for the first time ever IBM Watson Jeopardy! stage set is available to the public in the Museum’s latest exhibit.
IBM's Watson "Jeopardy!" Computer Comes to CHM
Tuesday night (June 10, 2013) at the Computer History Museum, IBM senior vice president and director of IBM Research Dr. John Kelly formally presented part of the IBM Watson Jeopardy! stage set to CHM CEO John Hollar. Learn about the back story for this new exciting exhibit.
Revolutionaries Series on KQED
Tune in to on Tuesdays at 7pm on KQED Plus for the CHM Presents Revolutionaries Series. In the series, some of the most distinguished thought leaders in the computing field share their views on technology and how it shapes our modern world.
Going Places: A History of Silicon Valley
This cluster of computers running Google Earth, Maps and Street View is a visually stunning, visitor controlled large-scale 5 panel surround screen environment. You have never experienced Silicon Valley like this before.