Stanford HAI industry briefs provide a valuable bridge between academic research at Stanford and industry stakeholders seeking to understand and help guide the impact of AI technologies. This is done by convening diverse stakeholders across academia, government, civil society, and industry to address the critical technical and societal challenges posed by AI. Given its role in deploying technologies that have global reach, industry is a critical player, providing a path for commercializing and scaling research innovations poised to have significant impact. Review the HAI Industry Brief Announcement.
The spike in demand since the onset of COVID-19 for digital services from grocery delivery to banking has catalyzed a reimagining of the digital infrastructure needed to power a post-pandemic world. In this brief, learn where researchers lead the charge in identifying opportunities and pitfalls in deploying AI in financial services. Their work sheds light on how integrating AI can make financial services and their delivery more inclusive, accessible, and effective.
This industry brief focuses on AI research in healthcare and life sciences, with particular attention to its implications in a post COVID-19 world. Stanford HAI synthesize the latest from Stanford faculty across drug discovery, telehealth, ambient intelligence, operational excellence, medical imaging, augmented intelligence, and data and privacy. Read to learn more about how the adoption of AI may transform these applications.
AI will have a profound impact on work, business, and the economy. In this industry brief, Stanford HAI provides a sampling of key research both at HAI and more broadly at Stanford that can help inform the future of work. Find out more about researchers studying how AI can be used to help teams collaborate, improve workplace culture, promote employee well-being, assist humans in dangerous environments, and more.