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HAI and Wu Tsai Neuro announce grant recipients

Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI and Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute grants support research teams spanning all seven of Stanford’s schools, on themes ranging from healthcare to robotics.

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Here’s how we can design ethical self-driving cars

Chris Gerdes, co-director of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford, discusses the ethical dilemmas and exceptional driving situations that AV designers must take into account.

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What DALL-E reveals about human creativity

Experts on neuroscience, AI, and creativity weigh in on the latest generation of text-to-image generators.

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Quantifying therapists’ language to improve patient outcomes

A new set of open-source tools analyze the timing, responsiveness, and consistency of the language therapists use to better understand what works for patients.

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HAI on the biggest headlines of 2022

Generative models like ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 made news this year, as did discussions about sentient AI, tools for evaluating large language models, policy recommendations, and more.

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Experts predict what’s coming for AI in 2023

This year’s biggest headline might have been generative AI, but what should we expect from the field in 2023? Four Stanford HAI faculty predict the biggest advances, opportunities, and challenges for the coming year.

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Could stable diffusion solve a gap in medical imaging data?

Researchers trained an AI model to create images of human lungs with rare abnormalities, which could alleviate gaps in training data and inspire more research.

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Socially aware AI learns by asking questions

When confronted with unfamiliar images, a new, socially savvy AI agent trains itself by engaging humans to answer questions.

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Introducing Stanford HAI’s New Graduate Student Fellows

Stanford students from across disciplines will explore what it means to develop human-centered AI.

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Children’s internet safety law will change the web for adults

HAI Privacy and Data Policy Fellow Jennifer King discusses how a new California law designed to protect kids online could affect adult audiences, too.

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