Relive the three session conference as thought leaders from the Stanford and mediaX member communities come together to explore how curiosity and learning can build the relationship between humans and machines.
This three session conference (July 13, 14 and 15) brings together thought leaders from the Stanford and mediaX member communities to share recent insights on what similarities in curiosity and learning of humans and machines can be assumed or explored.
Anthony Wagner and other Stanford Researchers examine why some people remember better than others and how media multitasking affects how well we recall.
mediaX Thought Leader Brigid Barron and other Stanford GSE faculty contributed to draft the Global Compact on Education, a pact that Pope Francis announced today.
Nobel laureate Carl Wieman, whose work has shaped a new understanding of how to improve college science teaching and learning, was named a recipient of the 2020 Yidan Prize for education research.
Professor James Landay and his students have created a fitness app called WhoIsZuki that motivates behavior change by using storytelling to keep users interested and engaged in staying active over time.
In new research, Bryan A. Brown, an associate professor of science education at Stanford Graduate School of Education shows the impact of connecting Virtual Reality learning experiences with students’ culture.
In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, Scott Z Burns was interviewed by the Washington Post to discuss the parallels between the movie he wrote and the current global pandemic.
mediaX Thought Leader and Stanford Computer Scientist and Engineer Pat Hanrahan wins the award from the Association of Computing Machinery, often described as the “Nobel Prize” of computing.