Friday Nights @CHM is offering you a whole new way to experience the Computer History Museum. CHM is now open after hours, from 5 to 9 p.m., and we're hosting the techiest block party in Silicon Valley, featuring patio festivities at our Cloud Bistro beer garden, and special live programming on select Fridays for vi
CHM is now open after hours, from 5 to 9 p.m., and we're hosting the techiest block party in Silicon Valley, featuring patio festivities at our Cloud Bistro beer garden, and special live programming on select Fridays for visitors of all ages.
The Design_Code_Build program welcomes students in grades 6 through 8 to participate in one-day events that provide engaging hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) learning opportunities. Activities focus on problem-solving and innovation through the lens of computer science and computing history
Join two of the co-authors of Ada Lovelace: The Making of a Computer Scientist, Ursula Martin and Adrian Rice for a discussion of Ada Lovelace’s life in mathematics and its meaning for us today.
CHM believes that learning can transform lives. As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we are opening an innovative new space this spring devoted entirely to learning. The Learning Lab is a welcoming, innovative space for exploration and discovery. Find changing exhibits that spark imagination, hands-on activi
CHM Member's are invited to a sneak peek of CHM’s newest learning space before its public unveiling on March 1. CHM believes that learning can transform lives. As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we are opening an innovative new space devoted entirely to learning. The exciting new Learning Lab is a multi
CHM Core Donors are invited to an exclusive sneak peek of CHM’s Learning Lab before its public unveiling on March 1.
The panel, presented in partnership with the Computer History Museum and moderated by the museum’s CEO and longtime Silicon Valley tech leader Dan’l Lewin, includes Murat Sömnez of the World Economic Forum, Fei-Fei Li of Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence Lab, and Santa Clara University professor and Google ethicist/re
Today's urgent issues differ slightly from the 1960s. Climate change has nudged out overpopulation and pollution, while nuclear war and hunger remain high on the list. But we still face the same mismatch that worried Engelbart. As the general pace of change accelerates, problems grow in complexity far faster than our a
Join us for an illuminating conversation with LinkedIn cofounder and Greylock venture investor Reid Hoffman, who will share his experience scaling startups into billion-dollar businesses and the inspiration for Blitzscaling.