Computer History Museum Induction Ceremony

  • Remote Access Enabled
  • Virtual Program - ET
  • Honoring RAJ REDDY
  • Moza Bint Nasser University Professor of Computer Science and Robotics
  • School of Computer Science
  • Carnegie Mellon University
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The Computer History Museum (CHM) will celebrate a pioneer in robotics, artificial intelligence, and speech recognition as it inducts Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University's Moza Bint Nasser University Professor of Computer Science and Robotics, as a fellow.

The award ceremony, "Empowering Humanity Through Technology,"  and program will start at 8 pm.  EDT (5:00 pm PST) and is open to all registered guests.

Award Ceremony and Program  (Open to all registered guests)
Be inspired by visionary computer scientist Raj Reddy as we honor and celebrate his lifetime of work in artificial intelligence, speech recognition, robotics, institution building, and technology to empower humanity with the 2021 CHM Fellow Award.

  • CHM CEO Dan’l Lewin and AI experts Kai-Fu Lee and Yunhe Pan will offer remarks and tributes.
  • AI pioneer Ed Feigenbaum will present the award.
  • Reddy will share his personal reflections on becoming a Fellow.
  • Innovators from US and Asia will explore the ongoing impact of Reddy’s work through stories: Tata chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Microsoft AI Azure CTO Xuedong Huang, and Carnegie Mellon President Farnam Jahanian. 
  • Peek into the future through the eyes of computing thought leaders. Make a bet about the future of AI alongside tech pioneers Raj, Gordon Bell, John Hennessy, Andy Van Dam, and others and see the audience poll results live.