ARTICLES IN CHM Live (17)

The MRI of the Future May Be Wearable & Telepathic

The MRI of the Future May Be Wearable & Telepathic

 Lauren Miyamoto   August 25, 2017
Before MRI, the inner workings of the human body were a mystery, glimpsed only through dissection or experimentation. Today, this technology doesn’t just allow...   Read More
Decoding Cancer with The Cancer Genome Atlas’ Dr. Jean Claude Zenklusen

Decoding Cancer with The Cancer Genome Atlas’ Dr. Jean Claude Zenklusen

 Jennifer De La Cruz   August 11, 2017
“Some people say, ‘Oh, I have the Monday morning problems’ or the ‘Sunday afternoon blues’ because you have to go to work, but I...   Read More
How IARPA’s Technologies Are Protecting the National Security of the United States

How IARPA’s Technologies Are Protecting the National Security of the United States

 Chanel Lloren   August 04, 2017
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) was created in 2006 to advance the development of research and technology used to achieve the intelligence goals...   Read More
A Journey into Digital Art: Reflections by Photoshop Hall of Famer Bert Monroy

A Journey into Digital Art: Reflections by Photoshop Hall of Famer Bert Monroy

 Bert Monroy   July 06, 2017
I’ve been drawing since I was two years old. I had been getting in trouble my entire life for drawing in class, and on...   Read More
Creating Magic: A Conversation with Original iPhone Engineers & Software Team Lead Scott Forstall

Creating Magic: A Conversation with Original iPhone Engineers & Software Team Lead Scott Forstall

 John Markoff   June 22, 2017
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997 after it acquired NeXT, he brought with him a close-knit group of engineers. One of them...   Read More
How Affectiva’s Rana el Kaliouby Is Engineering Emotional Intelligence

How Affectiva’s Rana el Kaliouby Is Engineering Emotional Intelligence

 Jennifer De La Cruz   June 17, 2017
What could your computer or phone do if it knew what you were thinking? Are men or women more expressive? Do cultures express their...   Read More
AI, Social Media Data & Politics Collide with Stanford GSB’s Dr. Michal Kosinski

AI, Social Media Data & Politics Collide with Stanford GSB’s Dr. Michal Kosinski

 Lauren Miyamoto   June 06, 2017
On May 19, the Computer History Museum (CHM) hosted Stanford Graduate School of Business Associate Professor Dr. Michal Kosinski for a riveting conversation about...   Read More
Computing for the Whole World: A Conversation with iPod & iPhone Inventor Tony Fadell

Computing for the Whole World: A Conversation with iPod & iPhone Inventor Tony Fadell

 John Markoff   May 31, 2017
Tony Fadell doesn’t fit the Silicon Valley mold. His parents were neither engineers nor scientists. As a young boy he grew up moving frequently...   Read More
Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley

Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley

 Doug Fairbairn   May 19, 2017
“Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley,” April 19, 2017. On April 19, 2017, three generations of the Draper...   Read More
Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

 nextgen   May 04, 2017
By Jeremiah Stone, NextGen Advisory Board. Read his full bio here. The theme for tonight is ‘beyond the talking toaster’—we want to look at this...   Read More