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This Is for Everyone
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This Is for Everyone

Sir Tim Berners-Lee on the formative years of the world wide web, and the challenges it now faces.

Q&A: Finding New Directions in Cryptography
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Q&A: Finding New Directions in Cryptography

Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman on their meeting, their research, and the results that billions use every day.

Q&A: The Power of Distribution
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Q&A: The Power of Distribution

Nancy Lynch talks about achieving consensus, developing algorithms, and mimicking biology in distributed systems.

Q&A: As Good As It Gets
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Q&A: As Good As It Gets

Sanjeev Arora talks about proof, intractability, and finding the best way to approximate problems.

Q&A: What Women Want
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Q&A: What Women Want

Harvey Mudd College president Maria Klawe talks about increasing the number of women who study computer science.

Q&A: A Sure Thing
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Q&A: A Sure Thing

Artificial intelligence pioneer Judea Pearl discusses probability, causation, the calculus of intervention, and counterfactuals.

Q&A: Chief Strategiest
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Q&A: Chief Strategiest

ACM CEO John White talks about initiatives to serve the organization's professional members, increase international activities, and reform computer science education...

Games and Learning: Seven Questions for Mary Flanagan
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Games and Learning: Seven Questions for Mary Flanagan

A professor of digital humanities at Dartmouth College, Mary Flanagan has spent her career thinking critically about a topic that most of us take for granted: Play...

Open Source Hardware: Seven Questions for Limor Fried
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Open Source Hardware: Seven Questions for Limor Fried

Limor Fried discusses the future of the open source hardware movement, Facebook’s decision to open source its new data center, and being featured on the cover of...

Q&A: The Chief Computer
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Q&A: The Chief Computer

Kelly Gotlieb recalls the early days of computer science in Canada.

Q&A: Systematic Thinking
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Q&A: Systematic Thinking

Andrew S. Tanenbaum talks about MINIX, microkernels, and electronic voting systems.

Q&A: HP's Running Man
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Q&A: HP's Running Man

Prith Banerjee discusses collaborating with universities, his startup experiences, and Hewlett-Packard Lab's approach to research and development.

Q&A: The Networker
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Q&A: The Networker

Jon Kleinberg talks about algorithms, information flow, and the connections between Web search and social networks.

Q&A: The Upper Limit
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Q&A: The Upper Limit

Jeannette Wing talks about clusters, creativity, and the power of computational thinking.

Q&A: A complex thinker
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Q&A: A complex thinker

Daphne Koller discusses probabilistic relational modeling, artificial intelligence, and her new work with biologists.
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