Take your front row seat for these intriguing conversations with renowned Silicon Valley leaders and innovators. Computer History Museum's acclaimed speaker series is now on KQED Plus with valuable insights into the process, risks and rewards of technological innovation.
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Game Changers (#405H) Duration: 54:07 STEREO TVG
A conversation with Shuhei Yoshida, President of Worldwide Studios at Sony Computer Entertainment and Moderator, Mark Cerny, video game industry veteran, on the evolution of gaming software and hardware industry.
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The Innovators By Walter Isaacson (#409H) Duration: 54:13 STEREO TVG
The Innovators is author Walter Isaacson's revealing account of the revolutionaries who created the computer and the Internet. Walter Isaacson discusses his new book, which continues his exploration of innovation and genius, from Steve Jobs to Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein.
- KQED 9: Sun, Apr 5, 2015 -- 12:00am email reminder
Entrepreneur & Philanthropist Steve Case (#410H) Duration: 54:13 STEREO TVG
The Museum's Revolutionaries speaker series goes on the road with a first stop at NPR's corporate headquarters in Washington, DC, with guest Steve Case. He shares his passion for starting companies and for supporting entrepreneurs, his work in the public policy arena and his philanthropic endeavors.
IBM Chief Executive Ginni Rometty (#411H) Duration: 54:12 STEREO TVG
This edition of Revolutionaries features IBM Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty. Under her leadership, IBM is embarking on a bold transformation agenda to lead in a new era of computing. Join us as Computer History Museum CEO John Hollar sits down for a conversation with Rometty about technology, innovation and change.
Defy Ventures CEO Catherine Hoke (#412H) Duration: 54:12 STEREO TVG
Defy Ventures is a NYC-based entrepreneurship training program that recognizes that many former drug dealers and gang leaders can become successful, legal entrepreneurs. NPR's Laura Sydell talks with Catherine Hoke about how visiting a prison in Texas transformed her life and showed her the value of "investing in the margins."
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes (#413H) Duration: 54:11 STEREO TVG
Elizabeth Holmes left Stanford at 19 to found Theranos in 2003. It's now worth more than $9 billion, with 500 employees, headquartered in Palo Alto. KQED's Michael Krasny will moderate an in-depth conversation with a woman who wants nothing less than to revolutionize the health care system using technology, creativity and innovation.