Computing Conversations

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Much of modern-day computing can be traced to innovations starting in the 1940s - never before has a major field emerged and matured in a single generation. To better understand computing's potential future directions, it's important to know our past and how we arrived at our current state. This series is dedicated to meeting and talking to people who range from the early pioneers to current visionaries.

40 episodes available. A new episode about every 50 days averaging 10 mins duration .