945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
World War II was the catalyst for many technological advances, including creating the world’s first computer—an invention that has revolutionized the world we live in. Join The National WWII Museum and USC Shoah Foundation in exploring the technology of computers and artificial intelligence used in the interactive biography featured in the Museum’s special exhibit: Dimensions in Testimony: The Story of Alan Moskin. This webinar is appropriate for grades six and up.
Presented in New Orleans by The Franco Family Fund, Karen and Leopold Sher in memory of D-Day veteran Dr. Hal Baumgarten, MD, and Holocaust survivors Rachel and Joseph Sher, and the Jewish Endowment Foundation of Louisiana through the Sandra and Edward Heller Family Fund