Relive the talks featuring academia and industry thought leaders in the emerging arena of cultural and societal interactions with big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Industry trailblazers and Stanford cross-disciplinary thought leadership come together to move the human-AI relationship forward.
October 26, 2018
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.
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.
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.
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.