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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Anthropology of Innovation (#211H) Duration: 53:13 STEREO TVG
Technological innovation depends on individuals who can "silo bust" - the term used to describe jumping across boundaries and categories. The Financial Times Editor Gillian Tett leads a distinguished panel in a discussion about the creation of silos within organizations and why a person's ability to "silo bust" may hold the key to innovation.
Trip Hawkins: Game Changer (#307H) Duration: 54:11 STEREO TVG
Electronic Arts founder and interactive gaming pioneer Trip Hawkins has inspired change in the video game industry for decades. The New York Times Science and Technology Writer John Markoff moderates a conversation with this revolutionary.
An Evening with Qualcomm's Dr. Paul E. Jacobs (#308H) Duration: 54:14 STEREO TVG
In an age of smartphones, laptops and tablets, connecting wirelessly has become a way of life. Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, now Executive Chairman of Qualcomm, a leading producer of micro-technologies that enable our hands-free lifestyle. He joins Computer History Museum CEO John Hollar for a captivating conversation.
Regis McKenna: Marketing Mastermind (#309H) Duration: 54:14 STEREO TVG
For more than 30 years, Regis McKenna has helped turn fledgling companies into globally-recognized brands. From Intel's first microprocessor to Apple's original personal computer, McKenna has marketed the technologies that have fundamentally changed the way we live today. The New York Times Science and Technology Writer John Markoff moderates.