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HAI Managing Editor
The HAI team is seeking an experienced Managing Editor to develop, execute, and assess a proactive content strategy aimed at creating a brand, establishing globally-recognized thought leadership, and elevating the reputation of the Institute as a partner of first choice for academia, industry, government, and civil society.
The Managing Editor will recruit and manage an internal and external team of writers, photographers and videographers, coordinating all content-creation activities of the HAI institute and working with its partner organizations on campus, overseeing collaborations with faculty, fellows, researchers, and staff that translate academic material into accessible and compelling material for target audiences, and produce and place content on the HAI website and on social media.
The Managing Editor will also have a leadership role in the continued development and updating of the HAI website and social media accounts, creating new content formats as well as updating existing formats to enable HAI outreach strategy.This role will be responsible for creating a dynamic research and analysis website with edited content contributed from faculty and students at Stanford and global leading scholars
Seminar Topical Research Guides: Artificial Intelligence: Law, Ethics, & Policy
Below is a short list of online treatises related to artificial intelligence.
ProQuest ebook dispels common myths and calls for cross-sector, collaborative leadership for the responsible design and embedding of AI in the daily work of businesses and oversight by boards.
contributions from leading experts and thinkers in artificial intelligence, this ProQuest ebook was the first volume of collected chapters dedicated to examining the risks of AI.
The book evaluates predictions of the future of AI, proposes ways to ensure that AI systems will be beneficial to humans, and then critically evaluates such proposals.
ProQuest ebook provides an extensive examination of how numerous legal areas—including liability, traffic, zoning, and international and constitutional law—must adapt to the widespread use of artificial intelligence in nearly every area of our society.
Three Stanford faculty elected to the National Academy of Engineering
The NAE cited Bent for developing technologies to deposit atomically thin layers of chemically active materials on the surfaces of semiconductor-like devices designed for applications ranging from producing energy sustainably to furthering the development of next-generation electronics.
Bent, who currently serves as vice provost for graduate education and postdoctoral affairs, is the former chair of chemical engineering at Stanford, the Jagdeep and Roshni Singh Professor in the School of Engineering and professor, by courtesy, of materials science and engineering, of electrical engineering and of chemistry.
Goodson, who served as chair of mechanical engineering before assuming his current position as associate dean of faculty and academic affairs in the School of Engineering, was elected to NAE for his contributions to developing innovative ways to manage the thermal energy generated by microprocessors and for studying the basic physics of heat conduction at nanoscales, including thin films and semiconductor devices.
- On 16. januar 2021
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