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Exploring the intersection of psychology and AI

Johannes Eichstaedt, a computational social scientist and faculty fellow at the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, uses social media data and machine learning to gain insight into a wide range of health-related issues.

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Training smarter bots for the real world

A new approach to Imitation Learning could create more adaptable robots that can learn faster from humans.

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Stanford AI’s legacy through the decades

Faculty reflect on 50 years of artificial intelligence advances and discuss what the future holds for this technology.

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Detecting modern-day slavery from the sky

Using AI to analyze satellite images, researchers say it’s possible to spot illegal deforestation and forced labor in the Amazon rainforest.

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New AI-driven algorithm can detect autism in brain ‘fingerprints’

Early, definitive detection of autism in patients could lead to timelier interventions and better outcomes.

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The 2022 AI Index: Industrialization of AI and mounting ethical concerns

The new report highlights an AI investment boom, impressive new technical capabilities and a fresh focus on ethics.

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How fast will the ice sheet melt?

Drones and algorithms designed to tell us where to take measurements could improve our understanding of ice melt in Antarctica.

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How AI communication tools favor the privileged

A study examined the gap between the availability and accessibility of AI-enabled communication tools such as predictive texting, and found that internet access, age and user speech characteristics were barriers to use.

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The text of online job postings can predict salaries

A machine learning tool that connects job skills to pay could help workers, companies and policymakers make better decisions about job training.

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AI solution for fairer, faster roads

Tools for reducing urban traffic often unfairly impact lower income drivers. A proposed alternative could improve economic equity while reducing congestion.

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