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.
Can you trust an app to meet your match? A 2019 survey by the Pew Research Center found that 30% of US adults have used a dating app or site, and that percentage nears 50% for people ages 18–29.
He likely arrived in Paris from Darmstadt, Germany, by train that January, exactly seventy years ago. At 53, and a full professor of applied mathematics and the founding director of the Institut für Praktische Mathematik at the Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, Alwin Walther was among Germany’s leading figures in comput
Millions of people have sent their DNA to be analyzed, hoping to obtain clues to family origins and forecasts of their future health. But what really happens once the sample is in the hands of testing companies?
Sharing their experience, and their optimism, panelists explore how the digital revolution is accelerating notable advances, particularly in healthcare.
In January 2021, CHM will begin three months of special programming exploring the tension between fear and trust of technology through artificial intelligence.