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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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    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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    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 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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    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

    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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    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

    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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    Washington Post Transformers Summit, Part 1

    Science, business, and technology pioneers gathered at the Washington Post Transformers Summit to discuss advances that were driving dramatic change in fields such as artificial…

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    Weekly Presidential Address

    President Obama delivered his weekly address. He talked about his Computer Science for All Initiative to give all students the chance to learn computer science in school. He said that it was a…

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    Communicators with Gary Shapiro

    Consumer Technology Association (CTA) president Gary Shapiro talked about the latest technology issues in Congress and society and also his organization’s annual consumer electronics show,…

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    Digital Future

    Virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier and artificial intelligence technologist Sebastian Thrun talked about the work of Douglas Engelbart, an early computer and internet engineer who…

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    Q&A with Andrew Keen

    Andrew Keen talked about The Internet is Not the Answer. In the book he wrote about his objections to what he considers the overuse of technology in U.S. society, the creation of what he…

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    Machines of Loving Grace and Speak

    Louisa Hall, author of Speak: A Novel, and John Markoff, author of Machines of Loving Grace: The Quest for Common Ground Between Humans and Robots, talked about the relationship between…

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    The Master Algorithm

    Professor Pedro Domingos talked about his book The Master Algorithm, in which he says technology is close to achieving the ultimate learning algorithm that is capable of discovering any…

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    Cybersecurity Threats

    Panelists talked about cybersecurity threats, possible readiness measures, and the role that insurance might play in the prevention and mitigation of such threats. “Cybersecurity Risk, Readiness…

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    TechCrunch Disrupt New York Conference, Part 2

    Innovators, venture capitalists, and members of the media talked about some of the new products and services in the technology start-up world. This portion features conversations with…

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    TechCrunch Disrupt New York Conference, Part 1

    Innovators, venture capitalists, and members of the media talked about some of the new products and services in the technology start-up world. This portion features conversations with…

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    Computer History Museum, Part 1

    Senior Curator Dag Spicer and museum President and CEO John Hollar toured the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, and spoke about the history of computers. This is part one of a…

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    History of Computers and Hacking

    Lawrence Kaplan talked about the history of computers and the emergence of hackers, and the governments' response to computer abuses. He spoke about the use of the first government…

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