Major international software conference – jointly organized by the Museum’s Software History Center and the Special Interest Group for Computers, Information and Society (SIGCIS) – to explore how software relates to the social and technical constructs of power
Newly created class of trustee honors distinguished service instrumental to the founding and growth of the Museum; Dubinsky and Peuto recognized for their respective 16-year and 17-year tenures on the Board and their leadership as trustees.
Leveraging Google's Tango technology with GuidiGo’s new augmented reality (AR) platform, the Museum experience is now enhanced with additional AR content powered by Tango-enabled phones.
Leading the Museum’s $20 million software initiative to explore the history of software, encourage ongoing research and foster dialogue about future implications
Innovative new learning center dedicated to inquiry-based educational programming
The $7 million Exhibition Explores How the Lives of People Everywhere Have Been Transformed by Software
Acclaimed journalist John Markoff, long-time technology writer for The New York Times and winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize, will join the Museum’s staff as a historian in January 2017
PC software innovator Gary Kildall reveals new insights about the early computer industry in now-public memoirs