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From Sailboats to Startups: Diane Greene’s Silicon Valley

From Sailboats to Startups: Diane Greene’s Silicon Valley

 Heidi Hackford   December 15, 2017
Diane Greene says her favorite experience ever was when, as a young woman, she windsurfed 15 miles from Molakai to Maui . . ....   Read More
Opening Doors and Disrupting Labs: Entrepreneurs Daphne Koller and Debra Sterling Expand Education

Opening Doors and Disrupting Labs: Entrepreneurs Daphne Koller and Debra Sterling Expand Education

 Heidi Hackford   1 week ago
It takes both vision and commitment to see that expanding educational opportunities today will make a better future and then to create a company...   Read More
New iPhone Exhibit Celebrates the “One Device that Changes Everything”

New iPhone Exhibit Celebrates the “One Device that Changes Everything”

 CHM Editorial Team   3 weeks ago
As part of the Exponential Center’s iPhone 360 Project, in collaboration with the Museum’s Senior Curator Dag Spicer, Internet History Program Curatorial Director Marc Weber, and the Center for Software...   Read More
Born in a Van: Happy 40th Birthday to the Internet!

Born in a Van: Happy 40th Birthday to the Internet!

 Marc Weber   3 weeks ago
40 years ago today, the Internet protocols we use today were born in an unmarked silver van cruising the rainy streets of the San...   Read More
Google’s Dr. Fernando Pereira on Natural Language Understanding & Machine Learning

Google’s Dr. Fernando Pereira on Natural Language Understanding & Machine Learning

 Chanel Lloren   4 weeks ago
People may not know that the early days of artificial intelligence can be traced back to the 1950s, with the Turing test and the...   Read More
Someone Else’s Computer: The Prehistory of Cloud Computing

Someone Else’s Computer: The Prehistory of Cloud Computing

 David Brock   November 09, 2017
“There is no cloud,” goes the quip. “It’s just someone else’s computer.” The joke gets at a key feature of cloud computing: Your data...   Read More
10 Years Old and 1.2 Billion Sold: The Business of iPhone

10 Years Old and 1.2 Billion Sold: The Business of iPhone

 Heidi Hackford   November 03, 2017
Before the iPhone landed like a meteorite in 2007, it wasn’t clear that a revolution in mobile phones was coming or even necessary, says...   Read More
Why Your Zip Code Affects Your Health & How Tech Can Help

Why Your Zip Code Affects Your Health & How Tech Can Help

 Lauren Miyamoto   October 27, 2017
In an age of sophisticated healthcare technologies and research tools, the doctors you see or hospitals you visit are only a small part of...   Read More
Into the Archives: A Look Back with “Robotic Artist” Harold Cohen

Into the Archives: A Look Back with “Robotic Artist” Harold Cohen

 CHM Editorial Team   October 20, 2017
Editor’s note: Curator Chris Garcia delved into the Museum’s institutional archive and uncovered a rare 1995 interview with computer art pioneer Harold Cohen, taken...   Read More
Making <i>Graphic Means</i>: An Interview with Designer & Filmmaker Briar Levit

Making Graphic Means: An Interview with Designer & Filmmaker Briar Levit

 CHM Editorial Team   October 03, 2017
It’s been roughly 30 years since the desktop computer revolutionized the way the graphic design industry works. For decades before that, it was the...   Read More