CHM Live

Convening Conversations

CHM Live convenes today’s thought leaders and experts for conversations and debate about the complexities and opportunities presented by technology. Topics are considered from multiple angles and intersect with countless fields, disciplines, and industries. Programs become part of CHM’s institutional archive, preserved for present and future generations to further the world’s collective knowledge.

The goal of CHM Live is to encourage civic discourse, collaboration, and social change. 

Upcoming CHM Live events

Revolutionaries on KQED

Revolutionaries is CHM’s ongoing speaker and television series, featuring renowned innovators, business and technology leaders, and authors in enthralling conversations often with leading journalists. Audiences learn about the process of innovation, its risks and rewards, and failure that led to ultimate success.

Past Revolutionaries events

Inside the Transformation

Inside the Transformation illustrates the impact and implications of computing through stories of transformative people, companies, or projects. Speakers in this series are visionaries using technology to solve problems in new ways, to redefine boundaries, and even to change our reality.

Past Inside the Transformation events

Technically Speaking

Technically Speaking showcases leading historians, authors, professors, and technology experts exploring historical and technical elements of computing. These conversations or lectures provide an in-depth look at surprising, unusual, or little-known topics.

Past Technically Speaking events

CHM Live Discussion Guides

Discussion questions are suitable for mature high school students and college and adult learners in an educational, professional, or social setting. They may be particularly interesting for people who are curious about innovation, entrepreneurship, women in tech, and the startup ecosystem of Silicon Valley.

CHM Live Discussion Guides

CHM Live Recaps

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