Mitterand visited Stanford's Center for Integrated Systems on March 26, 1984 and spoke with academic researchers, capitalists,
and industry representatives concerning high technology research and industry. Participants included Donald Kennedy, Stanford's
President; Paul Berg, Edward Feigenbaum, James Gibbons, and James Meindl of the Stanford faculty; Thomas J. Perkins (Genentech),
Steve Jobs (Apple Computers), John Young (Hewlett Packard Co.), Robert Noyce (Intel Corp.), and Gene Amdahl (Trilogy Systems);
and Burton McMurtry and David Morgenthaler, capitalists.
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