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  • House Panel Explores Benefits of Quantum Computing
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    Quantum Computing

    Academic and industry leaders briefed members of a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on the potential applications for quantum computing and federal investment needed to ensure…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology DC Attorney General
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, D.C. Attorney General

    Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine (D) and former Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel (D) spoke at Yelp’s day-long conference analyzing the 2001 U.S. v. Microsoft…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology Senator Blumenthal
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, Senator Blumenthal

    Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) made closing keynote remarks at Yelp’s day-long conference analyzing the 2001 U.S. v. Microsoft antitrust law case and antitrust enforcement of today’s big…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology Fiona Scott Morton
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, Fiona Scott Morton

    Professor Fiona Morton, who served as deputy assistant attorney general for economics in the Justice Department’s antitrust division from 2011 to 2012, spoke at a Yelp day-long conference…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology Panel 1
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, Panel 1

    Law scholars, antitrust experts, and former Microsoft and technology company executives took part in the first panel of a Yelp day-long conference analyzing the 2001 U.S. v. Microsoft…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology Senator Hatch Remarks
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, Senator Hatch Remarks

    Senate Finance Committee Chair Orrin Hatch (R-UT) gave keynote remarks at Yelp’s day-long conference analyzing the 2001 U.S. v. Microsoft antitrust law case and its impact on the technology…

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  • Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology Panel 2
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    Yelp Conference on Antitrust Law and Technology, Panel 2

    Panelists talked about the challenges of antitrust law amid rapid technological changes. This discussion was part of Yelp’s day-long conference analyzing the 2001 U.S. v. Microsoft…

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  • QA with Niall Ferguson
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    Q&A with Niall Ferguson

    Niall Ferguson talked about his book, The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook, on the power of social networks throughout history and their influence…

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  • Computer History Museum
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    Computer History Museum

    Dag Spicer gave a tour of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, and showed several items on display in its exhibit, “Revolution.” The Computer History Museum is home to the largest…

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  • emLife in Codeem
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    Life in Code

    Software engineer Ellen Ullman talked about her book Life in Code: A Personal History of Technology, in which she described changes in technology through the lens of her professional…

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  • Panelists Discuss the Future of the Internet
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    Internet and Democracy

    Panelists talked about the history, current state and future of the internet, and its influence on democracy. The event was divided into three parts, with each answering the question, “Can democracy…

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  • Big Data and Politics
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    Big Data and Politics

    Michal Kosinski talked about the method he developed for analyzing an individual’s personality traits based on their social media activities and how these profiles have been used in business as well as…

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  • emWe Are Dataem
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    We Are Data

    John Cheney-Lippold talked about his book We Are Data: Algorithms and The Making of Our Digital Selves, in which he looks into how digital data defines who we are, the differences we see between our…

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  • Early Business Computing
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    Early Business Computing

    Bill Worthington, a former IBM 1401 programmer and volunteer at the Computer History Museum, showed a fully functional 1401 system and explained its popularity. The IBM 1401 Data Processing System was a…

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  • emSteve Jobsem
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    Steve Jobs

    Walter Isaacson talked about the personal life, professional career, inspiration, and legacy of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Computers. Walter Isaacson spoke with John Hollar at the Computer History…

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  • President Trump Meets with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich
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    President Trump Meeting with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich

    President Trump and Intel Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich made brief remarks to the press after meeting at the White House. Mr. Krzanich announced plans to build a new Intel factory…

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  • Jennifer Neville Discusses Artificial Intelligence
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    Artificial Intelligence

    Professor Jennifer Neville talked about the history and future of artificial intelligence and about machine dialog systems called “Chatbots.” Professor Neville focuses her research on machine learning and data mining. The…

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  • Communicators with Raj Rajkumar
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    Communicators with Raj Rajkumar

    Raj Rajkumar talked about “self-driving” cars and gave a ride in the autonomous car that Carnegie Mellon University was developing. This was the second in a series of programs about changes…

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  • Virginia Rometty Discusses Cognitive Computing
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    Cognitive Computing

    Virginia Rometty spoke about the future of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing. She was interviewed by Promod Haque at the Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley business and…

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  • Communicators with Paul Ohm
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    Communicators with Paul Ohm

    Professor Paul Ohm talked about the need for lawyers, prosecutors, and judges who understand the internet and coding. He was a computer programmer and had been a Department of Justice prosecutor…

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