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Gamifying autism diagnosis and treatment

Video and audio data gathered by a smartphone game could facilitate earlier diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and improve treatment.

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Will AI help or perpetuate the climate crisis?

Panelists discussed AI’s energy and regulatory challenges in a two-day workshop focused on regulatory, policy, and financial frameworks critical to advancing technology that prioritizes the planet.

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Jazmia Henry on inclusive NLP models

Machine learning specialist Jazmia Henry, an HAI and CCSRE fellow, hopes to bring the complexity and value of African American Vernacular English to natural language processing.

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App uses AI to help students take notes from video lessons

The tool allows students to break down video imagery and transcripts to ease and improve note-taking and comprehension.

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Stanford HAI awards $2.75M in Hoffman-Yee Grants

Six Stanford research teams will pursue bold and innovative "moonshot" ideas that push the boundaries of AI.

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AI boot camp for policymakers

The three-day conference hosted by Stanford HAI brought together 25 bipartisan U.S. congressional staff members from both chambers to discuss what AI means for national security, the economy, health care, education, and more.

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Reading list: books about AI

Stanford’s Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence community offers a recommended reading list that includes general interest, fiction, and deep dives for practitioners.

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Tracking attitudes toward immigration

Researchers tracked political speech on U.S. immigration over decades and found more positive attitudes than at any point in history, but with more partisan divide.

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Ensuring the fairness of algorithms that predict patient disease risk

Disease risk prediction models that help doctors decide which patients need treatment highlight the need to remove bias from underlying algorithms.

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Technology economist Susan Athey takes DOJ role

Susan Athey, the Economics of Technology Professor at the Graduate School of Business and an associate director of Stanford HAI, will serve as chief economist of the antitrust division at the U.S. Department of Justice.

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