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available lectures (total: 63)
TitleSpeaker(s)Location/HostDateDuration
Will Wright @ Pop!Tech 2006Will WrightPop!Tech200600:30:28
One Laptop Per ChildJim GettysMIT2007-04-2601:15:34
Human ComputationLuis von AhnGoogle2006-07-2600:51:31
Face and Image RecognitionScott ActonU of Virginia2007-02-2100:00:00
Warping Waldseemuller: Computer Modeling and the Quest to Understand the 1507 and 1516 World MapsJohn HesslerLibrary of Congress2006-11-2900:37:00
Economics of Information SecurityBruce SchneierBCS2006-12-3100:50:09
What If the Singularity Does NOT Happen?Vernor VingeLong Now Foundation2007-02-1501:30:56
Computers versus Common SenseDouglas LenatGoogle2006-05-3001:15:17
The History of Computer Chess: An AI PerspectiveMonty NewbornComputer History Museum2005-09-08
An Evening with Steve WozniakSteve WozniakComputer History Museum2002-12-10
How Databases Changed the WorldDr. Bob EpsteinComputer History Museum2003-02-10
From Gutenberg to Galaxy: Accessing Cultural Assets OnlinePaula JablonerComputer History Museum2005-02-23
The History of Computer Chess: An AI PerspectiveEdward FeigenbaumComputer History Museum2005-09-08
Music Meets The ComputerJohn ChowningComputer History Museum2004-12-14
The PalmPilot StoryAndrea ButterComputer History Museum2002-02-26
How Databases Changed the WorldDr. George SchusselComputer History Museum2003-02-10
From Gutenberg to Galaxy: Accessing Cultural Assets OnlineMark MudgeComputer History Museum2005-02-23
The PalmPilot StoryJeff HawkinsComputer History Museum2002-02-26
How Databases Changed the WorldPat SelingerComputer History Museum2003-02-10
The History of Computer Chess: An AI PerspectiveJohn McCarthyComputer History Museum2005-09-08
Music Meets The ComputerCurtis RoadsComputer History Museum2004-12-14
How Databases Changed the WorldHerbert EdelsteinComputer History Museum2003-02-10
From Gutenberg to Galaxy: Accessing Cultural Assets OnlineCzeslaw Jan GryczComputer History Museum2005-02-23
The History of Computer Chess: An AI PerspectiveMurray CampbellComputer History Museum2005-09-08
When Computers Were HumanDavid Alan GrierComputer History Museum2005-06-06
The PalmPilot StoryEd ColliganComputer History Museum2002-02-26
How Databases Changed the WorldMichael StonebrakerComputer History Museum2003-02-10
From Gutenberg to Galaxy: Accessing Cultural Assets OnlineHenry LowoodComputer History Museum2005-02-23
How Databases Changed the WorldKenneth R. JacobsComputer History Museum2003-02-10
The History of Computer Chess: An AI PerspectiveDavid LevyComputer History Museum2005-09-08
Music Meets The ComputerMax MathewsComputer History Museum2004-12-14
How Databases Changed the WorldChris DateComputer History Museum2003-02-10
From Gutenberg to Galaxy: Accessing Cultural Assets OnlineRick PrelingerComputer History Museum2005-02-23
A Dozen Precursors of FortranDonald KnuthComputer History Museum2003-12-03
Half a Century of Disk Drives and Philosophy: From IBM to SeagateAlan F. ShugartComputer History Museum2002-09-05
The PalmPilot StoryDonna DubinskyComputer History Museum2002-02-26
How Databases Changed the WorldRoger J. SipplComputer History Museum2003-02-10
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventSteve RussellComputer History Museum2006-05-15
An Evening with Wiki Inventor Ward Cunningham in Conversation with John GageWard CunninghamComputer History Museum2006-04-26
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventHarlan AndersonComputer History Museum2006-05-15
The Cray-1 Supercomputer: 30th Anniversary EventóCelebrating the Man and the MachineBo EwaldComputer History Museum2006-09-21
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventEd FredkinComputer History Museum2006-05-15
The 40th Anniversary of Moore's LawGordon MooreComputer History Museum2005-09-29
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventAlan KotokComputer History Museum2006-05-15
The Cray-1 Supercomputer: 30th Anniversary EventóCelebrating the Man and the MachineBurton Smith, Bill BuzbeeComputer History Museum2006-09-21
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventPeter SamsonComputer History Museum2006-05-15
An Evening with Wiki Inventor Ward Cunningham in Conversation with John GageJohn GageComputer History Museum2006-04-26
The Mouse That Roared: PDP-1 Celebration EventGordon BellComputer History Museum2006-05-15
The Cray-1 Supercomputer: 30th Anniversary EventóCelebrating the Man and the MachineJack WorltonComputer History Museum2006-09-21
The 40th Anniversary of Moore's LawCarver MeadComputer History Museum2005-09-29
There's Plenty of Room at the Top: Long-term Thinking About Large-scale ComputingGeorge DysonLong Now Foundation2004-01-0901:30:09
Kurzweil's LawRay KurzweilLong Now Foundation2005-10-2301:45:41
The Singularity: Your Future as a Black HoleBruce SterlingLong Now Foundation2004-06-1101:37:25
Perspectives on High Performance Computer Architecture: History and ChallengesJohn HennessyPrinceton2003-04-1501:13:18
Rip, Mix, Burn, Sue: Technology, Politics, and the Fight to Control Digital MediaEdward FeltenPrinceton2004-10-1201:16:58
The Future of the WebTim Berners-LeePrinceton2006-04-0501:20:26
Barricelli's Universe: Digital Computing in Princeton, 1945-1958George DysonPrinceton2004-10-0501:04:31
The Unicorn in Captivity: Science Helping ArtGregory Chudnovsky, David ChudnovskyMuseum of Science2006-01-1801:23:38
iWoz: From Computer Geek to Culture Icon: How I Invented the Personal Computer, Co-Founded Apple, and Had Fun Doing ItSteve WozniakMIT2006-09-2800:00:00
Quantum Computing: Origins and DirectionsDavid P. DiVincenzoMIT2006-10-27
The Future of ComputingJeff HanTED2006-02-0100:09:32
The Future of ComputingNicholas NegroponteTED2006-02-0100:18:21
The Singularity is Near (Google Zeitgeist 2005)Ray KurzweilGoogle2005-10-0100:22:19