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Counting Cars: New AI-Driven Approach Fine-Tunes Road Tolls to Reduce Traffic
Congestion pricing schemes to lessen traffic's societal costs could benefit from a simple, practical algorithm that...
Building a Precise Assistive-Feeding Robot That Can Handle Any Meal
Stanford researchers improve the skewering, scooping, and bite transfer steps.
2023 State of AI in 14 Charts
A snapshot of what happened this past year in AI research, education, policy, hiring, and more.
2023 AI Index: A Year of Technical Achievement, Newfound Public Scrutiny
The latest report highlights benchmark saturation, new legislation, and scientific impact.
AI Benchmarks Hit Saturation
AI continues to surpass human performance; it’s time to reevaluate our tests.
How Well Do Large Language Models Support Clinician Information Needs?
Stanford experts examine the safety and accuracy of GPT-4 in serving curbside consultation needs of doctors.
Ecosystem Graphs: The Social Footprint of Foundation Models
Researchers develop a framework to capture the vast downstream impact and complex upstream dependencies that define the...
Teaching Responsible Computer Science
Scholars from around the country explore the best approaches to embedding ethics into CS curricula at a recent Stanford...
Law, Policy, & AI Update: Does Section 230 Cover Generative AI?
Meanwhile, the FTC tells AI companies to be careful with their hype, and class action lawsuits follow for unauthorized...
AI Spring? Four Takeaways from Major Releases in Foundation Models
As companies release new, more capable models, questions around deployment and transparency arise.
Was this written by a human or AI? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
New research shows we can only accurately identify AI writers about 50% of the time. Scholars explain why (and suggest...
AI Overreliance Is a Problem. Are Explanations a Solution?
Stanford researchers show that shifting the cognitive costs and benefits of engaging with AI explanations could result...