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HAI Co-Director and ‘godmother’ of artificial intelligence Fei-Fei Li discusses why existential worries are not her priority, and her work to ensure the technology improves the human condition.

HAI Deputy Director Russell Wald discusses the real concerns around synthetic media as the election season ramps up.

CBS features HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li and focuses on her call for human agency within AI development.

How did a poor immigrant girl end up at the forefront of a scientific revolution? This review of HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li’s new book describes her path to AI pioneer.  

A new executive order sets the stage for federal AI standards and requirements and moves beyond previous voluntary agreements with AI companies. HAI’s Dan Ho and Jennifer King share their analysis of the order.

HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li shares the impetus for her new book, The Worlds I See, and computer vision’s ‘Big Bang’ moment.

The country needs to be aggressively funding more artificial intelligence research and public projects, said HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li.

HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li was jolted a decade ago by a question from her mother: ‘What can AI do to help people?’

The companies behind ChatGPT and other popular and powerful AI systems aren’t transparent enough about their training data and how they work, according to a new report from Stanford HAI’s Center for Research on Foundation Models.

Stanford HAI’s Fei-Fei Li and the Commerce Department’s Alan Davidson agree that AI has the potential to do a lot of good. But, they say, thoughtful regulation is crucial.

A test of AI transparency developed by the Center for Research on Foundation Models, within HAI, gave every major company an F.

The Foundation Model Transparency Index from Stanford HAI’s Center for Research on Foundation Models tracks how much information companies disclose about their AI models. In short? Not enough.