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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Real Life Seminar Series

AI in Real Life Series CME 500

Spring Quarter 2019:

Spring Quarter Technical Talks:

Sessions are Mondays 4:30-5:20 in Building 200, Room 305 (Lane History Corner, Main Quad)

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Winter Quarter 2019:

The Winter Quarter CME 500 seminar series includes Technical Talks covering the use of machine learning in various industries. 

Guest Speakers include:

Sessions are Mondays 4:30-5:20 in Building 200, Room 305 (Lane History Corner, Main Quad)

  RSVP for Sessions


Autumn Quarter 2018:

The "AI in Real Life" Seminar series ran from September 24 - December 3, 2018. Thank you to everyone who attended. We hope to run this broad-based series again in Fall 2019.

News coverage:

Session Recordings:  ICME video channel - View Session Videos 

Course Description:

How will artificial intelligence change the way you live, work and learn?  What skill sets will you need in the future?

This new series of seminars, called "AI in Real Life," features leaders from industry and academia sharing insights into the world of artificial intelligence.  Each week, speakers from a range of industries:

  • Explore exciting advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning and separate the hype from reality.
  • Showcase real-world AI applications that are being used to solve problems, make discoveries and change the world.
  • Discuss challenges around ethics, privacy and bias and potential unintended consequences of this technological transformation.  
  • Highlight how AI is changing fields like medicine, law, education, business, entertainment, etc. and affecting the people who work in them.
  • Illustrate the types of skill sets and knowledge students should acquire to successfully implement AI solutions in their fields.

These experts and influencers who are shaping our AI future share their vision and address audience questions. Students of all academic backgrounds and interests are encouraged to register for this 1-unit course (CME 500). No prerequisites required. Register early. The series is open to Stanford faculty, staff, and ICME partners, space permitting.

Scott Penberthy

Scott Penberthy

Director of Applied AI, Google

Session:  Monday, September 24

Tony Jebara

Tony Jebara

Daphne Koller

Daphne Koller

Founder and CEO, insitro

Session:  Monday, October 15

Video of session

Jeff Dean

Jeff Dean

Joaquin Candela

Joaquin Candela

Eric Colson

Eric Colson

Thank You

Stanford Institute for Computational Mathematics & Engineering (ICME) graciously acknowledges that financial support for this series is provided by Google.

This series is presented in collaboration with the Stanford Computational Policy Lab (SCPL) and the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS).