The CHM Live podcast brings the best of our events to your ears. We explore the ongoing
transformation of computing and its impact on society with everyone from historians and authors
to geneticists and military veterans. Hear guests like Tony Fadell, Jack Dorsey, and Sheryl
Sandberg discuss historical and current issues in technology, entrepreneurship and innovation,
software, and more.
For more information about live programming, please click here. To register for upcoming events, please check our calendar of events.
How can we originate new ideas, policies, and practices without risking it all? Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg moderates this thought-provoking conversation and answers these questions with Originals author Adam Grant.
Could your zip code matter more to your well-being than your genetic code? Join us for a conversation about how data helped Dr. Anthony Iton identify this problem—and the role technology can play in solving it.
For Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, technology innovation and economic valuation often go hand in hand. But what about social impact? Join us for a fascinating fireside chat between Kiva’s Julie Hanna and the Exponential Center’s Marguerite Gong Hancock.
Venture capitalist Heidi Roizen and Cloudflare cofounder Michelle Zatlyn sit down with the Exponential Center’s Marguerite Gong Hancock to discuss early “a-ha” moments, entrepreneurial highs and lows, and words of advice for innovators.
With the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, CHM Live presents a conversation with Facebook Director of AI Research Yann LeCun, Google Principal Scientist Greg Corrado, and Microsoft Technical Fellow & Director of Microsoft Research Labs Eric Horvitz.
In collaboration with the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, Apple’s Tom Gruber, AAAI President Subbarao Kambhampati, and IBM Distinguished Research Scientist Francesca Rossi discuss our evolving relationship with artificial intelligence.
Dr. Rana el Kaliouby, Affectiva CEO and cofounder, shares how the company’s technology was invented, the creative ways the software is being used, and her vision for the future of emotion-aware computing.