Upcoming Event

February 19
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Innovation Leadership in Highly Dynamic and Unpredictable Contexts

Speakers: Kyoko Sato, Robert Siegel & Martin Fischer

The 4 day Global Innovation Leadership Program experience is immersive, interactive and intense. The learnings and insights harvested throughout the week are applicable to any leader in any industry that finds itself in dynamic, complex and volatile environment with high uncertainty.

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Launching Alternative Realities and Understanding Implications: mediaX Roundtable

This mediaX Roundtable looks at how the questions we ask and study in the next 2 years will significantly impact new opportunities in content, usability, standards, and business models across application areas in health, business, entertainment, and education.

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for Education and Learning

Business input is strategically important, and mediaX is hosting a one-day international workshop bringing together business and academic thought leaders to identify business opportunities in an emerging agenda of research on artificial intelligence and big data for learning and education.

AI for Culturally Relevant Interactions

The goal of this forum is to move the human-AI relationship forward by bringing industry trailblazers together with Stanford cross-disciplinary thought leadership to examine and evolve concepts, technologies and practices used to integrate culture and identity with artificial intelligence and robots.

Trust and Transparency in Personalized Algorithms

The Trust, Transparency & Technology panel series consists of discussions that delve into the research, concepts and tools that may help create open collaborations in a world of automated intelligent agents, algorithm-driven interactions, and machines that can learn what humans can't explain.

Trust and Transparency in Human – AI Collaborations

The Trust, Transparency & Technology panel series consists of discussions that delve into the research, concepts and tools that may help create open collaborations in a world of automated intelligent agents, algorithm-driven interactions, and machines that can learn what humans can't explain. This week the panel focuses on Trust and Transparency in Human - AI Collaborations.

Trust and Transparency in Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations

The Trust, Transparency & Technology panel series consists of discussions that delve into the research, concepts and tools that may help create open collaborations in a world of automated intelligent agents, algorithm-driven interactions, and machines that can learn what humans can't explain. This week the panel focuses on Trust and Transparency in Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations.

#mediaX2018 Conference: Transparency and Trust in a World of Social Bots

The #mediaX2018 Conference focuses on Transparency and Trust in a World of Social Bots and will bring together Stanford thought leaders and industry partners for a deep dive into this vital topic at the intersection of human sciences and information technology.

2018 Digital Cities Summit

The 2018 Digital Cities Summit will take place February 26th and 27th and this year, will focus on Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities.