How do we deal with machines that learn faster than us? Especially when we don't know exactly what and how they're learning? New York Times journalist Cade Metz dives into the strange world of AI research.
Celebrate new 2021 CHM Fellow Raymond Ozzie at our virtual awards ceremony, with tributes and stories from tech leaders and pioneers.
Tech in Silicon Valley has failed at diversity efforts. Can Silicon Valley build a more inclusive future? Experts weigh in.
In February 2020, Patricia Anderson wrote to the Museum, offering to donate a set of objects and documents she had kept safe for 50 years. They were from her work as a young woman in Silicon Valley, where she worked as a “crystal puller”—an operator of manufacturing equipment for making the key materials for semiconduc
CHM Fellow Ray Ozzie stumbled across the future in 1974. His life's work has been bringing it to the rest of us. What can the next generation of online communities learn from earlier models—from the future that Ray and others glimpsed so long ago?
Private sector firms create, gather, and sell data about us for their profit, and not necessarily—or even secondarily—for our benefit. But India is creating a new market structure aimed at putting data to work for people.
Is there more to fear or to hope from artificial intelligence technologies today and into the future? A virtual town hall provided information and context to help us all become better informed digital citizens.
In honor of what would have been the Apple cofounder's 66th birthday, we're sharing the Clubhouse conversation with those who knew him best.
The accomplishments of this year’s Fellow Award honorees span robotics, business innovation, computer graphics, entrepreneurship, art, and software and have transformed our world and ignited our imaginations. CHM is pleased to recognize its 2021 Fellow Award honorees and to celebrate their lifetime achievements and con
The machines took over most tasks long ago, but we hardly notice any more. The long history of automation shows us that changes that happen slowly enough become the new normal.