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Registration is Open for #mediaX2019 Conference

Join us April 25th from 9a-4p as we address the topic of Digital Communities and the Augmented Human Experience and look at questions like What is “community” and How will information technologies enhance the human experience of community?

#mediaX2019 Conference: Digital Communities and the Augmented Human Experience

The #mediaX2019 Conference: Digital Communities and the Augmented Human Experience will bring together Stanford scholars and industry partners to dive into what defines a community in 2019 and beyond.

Put AI in the Human Loop

Put AI in the Human Loop Martha G. Russell , Rama Akkiraju The algorithmic age is here. Algorithms describe the mathematical relationships of chosen attributes and their values; they also describe the rules by which a sequence of specified actions will take place. Attributes, values, relationships, and thresholds are selected and brought together with rules […]

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 Conversations Panels

Panel Series

Creating AI Conversations is a series of panel discussions that will delve into the thinking, research, and process around crafting the personalities, conversations, and interactions of AI entities with people.

Trust Transparency Technology Panel Series

Panel Series

The Trust, Transparency & Technology panel discussions 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.