Gordon Wetzstein combines two types of computers to create a less energy-intensive image processor for more efficient image classification.
Master’s Project provide the opportunity for LDT students to further develop and apply their learning.
Professor Sam Wineburg and the Stanford History Education Group looks at how people are fooled by content they see and read on the internet.
Professor Doug James helps create a new system which synthesizes synchronized sound at the push of a button.
You can now see the talks from the May 8th 2018 #mediaX2018 conference that explore key aspects of the intersection between media, information technologies, and human sciences.
The #mediaX2018 Conference explores issues in authenticity, reliability, reputation, transparency and trust.
Stanford Graduate School of Education Professor John Willinsky traces the history of intellectual property rights dating from medieval times.
With guidance from professors, alumni and industry professionals, student teams that were a part of the expanded Interactive Media & Games Seminar Series created video games that you can download and play.
All of the talks from the November 13th 2017 Symposium are Available for You to See.