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"Throughout my career, I've attempted to engage, directly and indirectly, in the process of mentoring and working with younger designers—the benefits are mutual," said Lee Felsenstein, a Zeidman judge and Computer History Museum Fellow for his influence on the technical and social environment of the early personal computing era.
Rose, a confident Canadian with a guitar and samurai sword propped in the corner of his windowless office, has been making grand claims since 2007, when he unveiled D-Wave's first proof-of-concept processor at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
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Part of his lab lives on, too, in the exhibit, "An Analog Life; Remembering Jim Williams," at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.
A plaque commemorating the 40th anniversary of this first transmission will be presented to SRI at an IEEE 125th anniversary event held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
With the invention of the microprocessor (the "brains" of the computer condensed to a single chip), computers that once took up an entire room could now fit neatly on a desktop, says Dag Spicer, senior curator at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., is now displaying a prototype of Babbage's Difference Engine No.
The panel discussion was held at the Computer History Museum with the full title "Information Technology and the Future of Books, Publishing, and Libraries."
The Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley recently opened an exhibit displaying a complete, working version of Charles Babbage's Difference Engine No.
American inventor and visionary Doug Engelbart, the father of the computer mouse, died Wednesday morning at the age of 88, as announced by the Computer History Museum.
CPX Interactive and the AlwaysOn Global 250 companies will be honored at AlwaysOn's tenth annual Innovation Summit at the Computer History Museum on July 23, 2012 in Mountain View, CA.

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