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By Shana Lynch
April 2, 2020
Scholars, practitioners, and experts across disciplines share what’s working and where research can help during HAI's virtual conference.
By Hanae Armitage
April 1, 2020
By Stacy Peña
March 20, 2020
Scholars and researchers from Stanford and beyond will gather virtually for an April 1 conference open to all. The aim of the conference is to make interdisciplinary research on the novel coronavirus and artificial intelligence available to serve the public in a time of crisis.
Shana Lynch
March 20, 2020
One nonprofit uses novel approaches to improve infant mortality, agricultural disaster, and tuberculosis diagnoses.
By Katharine Miller
March 6, 2020
Schistosomiasis is a tropical disease afflicting 220 million people worldwide. It is caused by a parasite with a complex life cycle that includes a stage inside a specific genus of freshwater snail and a stage inside human blood vessels. “The transmission is from people to snails and back from the snails to people,” says Giulio De Leo, professor of biology at Stanford University.
By May Wong
February 25, 2020
By Jared Council
February 24, 2020
Federal agencies lag behind the private sector when it comes to use of highly sophisticated AI, says report from Stanford and NYU.