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Guiding Human-Centered AI

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Our vision for the future is led by our commitment to studying, guiding, and developing human-centered AI technologies and applications. We believe AI should be collaborative, augmentative, and enhancing to human productivity and quality of life. 

HAI currently supports multiple funding opportunities, fellowship programs and events allowing HAI leadership, faculty affiliates, fellows, and partners to engage in, or learn about, research projects spanning many aspects of technology and society.

Research Focus Areas

These research projects align with HAI’s three main research focus areas:

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2021 Artificial Intelligence Index Report

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These weird virtual creatures evolve their bodies to solve problems
MIT Technology Review | October 19, 2021

Podcast: Monica Lam from Stanford University's Open Virtual Assistant Lab
Humanitarian AI Today | July 29, 2020

Can A.I. Grade Your Next Test?
New York Times | July 20, 2021

FDA-cleared AI devices lack critical information on performance, equity
MedCity News | April 13, 2021

Smartphone Location Data Can Leave Out Those Most Hit by Covid-19
Wall Street Journal | April 5, 2021

Health Care AI Systems Are Biased
Scientific American | November 17, 2020

Coming to Hospitals: The Sensors Will See You Now
Wall Street Journal | September 9, 2020