A new digital timeline experience shares Cisco's remarkable heritage through its culture, innovation, leadership and events.
Star Trek got speech recognition right. How did this science fiction fantasy of only a few decades ago come true? What's the history of speech recognition and where is it headed?
"We wanted to do the right thing, and it was an independent value, not to do with the commercial success of the business," said Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus, when the company decided to sponsor the first AIDS walk in Boston in 1986.
Once a startup housed in a garage, Amazon is now one of the most powerful entities in the world economy, touching countless aspects of our lives. How has Jeff Bezos' company become so ubiquitous and where is it headed?
Erin Teague is CHM's newest trustee. We're excited to have her guidance as we pursue our ambitious mission to decode technology to shape a better future for humanity.
How does racism get coded into artificial intelligence and tech products? Experts explain and explore how we can address bias in the tech industry and in society.
CHM announces the winners of the inaugural Patrick J. McGovern Tech for Humanity Prize, honoring a Luminary for a lifetime of impact in tech for good and two Changemakers for their commitment to using technology to shape a better future.
Two teens explore AI research to shift their perspective from the personal effects of COVID to the bigger picture, bringing them hope that technology can help.
It is with great sadness that we note the passing of Charles “Chuck” Geschke, Adobe cofounder and 2002 CHM Fellow.
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.