Wondering what to buy the computing history fan on your holiday list? CHM Senior Curator Dag Spicer has got you covered! See his book picks.
Where is artificial intelligence headed and what are the implications for humanity? Google's Eric Schmidt and MIT's Daniel Huttenlocher tackle the big questions.
CHM has launched a new "world" in Minecraft: Education Edition, with virtual artifacts, historic characters, and immersive learning experiences for students.
Meet new CHM Fellow Lillian F. Schwartz, a pioneer at the intersection of art and technology.
Highlights from a newly published joint oral history of two pioneering Black Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
Tech for Humanity Prize changemakers share how their tech-for-good projects are advancing health equity and combatting social bias.
AI expert Kai-Fu Lee explores how artificial intelligence will change the world by the year 2041.
Celebrate new 2021 CHM Fellow Andy van Dam at our virtual awards ceremony, with tributes and stories from tech leaders and pioneers.
With technology pervading every corner of our lives, it can often feel like we’re at the mercy of the big tech companies. How can "we the people" take back our power? Three Stanford professors know how.
CHM Fellow Andries van Dam and his students established the foundations for technologies we use every day, including hypertext and interactive graphics, and he's championed ethics in computing and influenced generations of computer scientists.