The AI for Good Seminar Series (CME 500) will explore ways artificial intelligence can benefit society and our planet and will center on weekly talks by leaders from academia, industry, government, and NGOs who are at the forefront of using AI for social good. The series will showcase AI applications that are forging positive social and environmental changes in healthcare, law, the environment, education, technology, government and more. Speakers will also discuss how challenges regarding fairness, bias, privacy, ethics, etc., are beginning to be addressed.
An exciting addition to this series, for interested students, will be the availability of Jupyter notebooks and supplemental materials, such as mini case studies, to further explore the topics addressed in the talks.
Students of all academic backgrounds and interests are encouraged to register for this 1-unit credit/no-credit course (CME 500) which will be held Mondays at 4:30. There are no prerequisites. Space permitting, ICME will be opening this series to Stanford faculty, staff, alumni and ICME external partners. Learn more at https://icme.stanford.edu/ai4good