Academics discuss whether they believe computers will be able to "think" on their own one day and their hopes for the future of that field of study.
This video shows a tour of Whirlwind I facilities at MIT, an early computer research center.
Jay W. Forrester speaks with Edward R. Murrow about MIT's Whirlwind computer facility.
Past Turing Award winners discuss their exceptional contributions to the world of computer science.
Speakers, including founder of the MIT Media Lab Nicholas Negroponte and director of the World Wide Web Consortium Tim Berners-Lee, talk about the importance of computers in society.
Marvin Minsky, known as the father of artificial intelligence, speaks about creating an entirely new field of study.