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By Hanae Armitage
November 29, 2018
In a matter of seconds, a new algorithm read chest X-rays for several possible maladies, performing with about the same or better accuracy than doctors.
By Tom Abate
November 21, 2018
With sensors that mimic human skin, the robotic hands achieve some of the manual dexterity that humans enjoy.
By the ​Stanford Engineering Staff
November 14, 2018
The last decade has seen an explosion in the collection and processing of data. Now, the era of big data is making its way into the business world, with important implications.
By Jessi Hempel
November 11, 2018
Artificial intelligence has a problem: The biases of its creators are getting hard-coded into its future. Fei-Fei Li has a plan to fix that—by rebooting the field she helped invent.
By Fei-Fei Li and John Etchemendy
October 19, 2018
A common goal for the brightest minds from Stanford and beyond: putting humanity at the center of AI.
By the ​Stanford Engineering Staff
October 4, 2018
Researchers are reducing traffic congestion and commute times using networks that gently nudge people toward better travel habits.​
By HAI Staff
October 1, 2018
Announcing the winners of HAI's first cohort of Seed Grants
By Taylor Kubota
September 19, 2018
​Like its predecessor, JackRabbot 2 is learning how to navigate safely through spaces occupied by people, following the rules of human etiquette.
By Taylor Kubota
September 18, 2018
The Stanford Vision and Learning Lab introduces Jack Rabbot 2.0, the next genearation of their social pedestrian robot. Improvements over Jack Rabbot 1.0 include a robotic arm, face and improved perception capabilities.
By James Zou and Londa Schiebinger
July 18, 2018
Computer scientists must identify sources of bias, de-bias training data and develop artificial-intelligence algorithms that are robust to skews in the data, argue James Zou and Londa Schiebinger in Nature.

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