The Democrats started by calling conservatives white supremacists, and now the President of the United States labels concerned parents and his political opponents domestic terrorists. Where does this end? Dinesh DSouza is an author and filmmaker. A graduate of Dartmouth College, he was a senior domestic policy analyst in the Reagan administration. He also 
Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science that deals with making intelligent machines and computer programs.
The program is part of colleges efforts to diversify undergraduate ranks. It attacks what admissions calls under-matching.
If you’re having trouble finding an available COVID-19 vaccine appointment, perhaps a Twitter bot created by a computer science student at Stanford University can help.
With article “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Bioethics judge medical data practices in times of COVID-19 ERA” by Ahmed Hemedanhttps://www.houseofethics.lu/en/2021/04/20/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-bioethics-judge-medical-data-practices/
On Wednesday, October 27 at 10 am Pacific Time, please join Andrew Grotto, Director of Stanford’s Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance, for a conversation with Jacob Helberg, senior adviser at the Stanford Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance and an adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to discuss his newly released book “The Wires of War: Technology and the Global Struggle for Power” – an urgent and groundbreaking account of the high-stakes global cyberwar brewing between Western democracies and the autocracies of China and Russia that could potentially crush democracy.From 2016 to 2020, Jacob Helberg led Google’s global internal product policy efforts to combat disinformation and foreign interference. During this time, he found himself in the midst of what can only be described as a quickly escalating two-front technology cold war between democracy and autocracy.On the front-end, we’re fighting to control the software—applications, news information, social media platforms, and more—of what we see on the screens of our computers, tablets, and phones, a clash which started out primarily with Russia but now increasingly includes China and Iran. Even more ominously, we’re also engaged in a hidden back-end battle—largely with China—to control the Internet’s hardware, which includes devices like cellular phones, satellites, fiber-optic cables, and 5G networks.This tech-fueled war will shape the world’s balance of power for the coming century as autocracies exploit twenty-first-century methods to re-divide the world into twentieth century-style spheres of influence. Helberg cautions that the spoils of this fight are power over every meaningful aspect of our lives, including our economy, our infrastructure, our national security, and ultimately, our national sovereignty. Without a firm partnership with the government, Silicon Valley is unable to protect democracy from the autocrats looking to sabotage it from Beijing to Moscow and Tehran. The stakes of the ongoing cyberwar are no less than our nation’s capacity to chart its own future, the freedom of our democratic allies, and even the ability of each of us to control our own fates, Helberg says. And time is quickly running out.
Former Manchester United Manager Sir Alex Ferguson speaks with students during his Stanford GSB View From The Top talk on Monday, October 19, 2015. Watch the full talk: http://stanford.io/2gGPOJR Read more: http://stanford.io/1oBOkDS
DaVita HealthCare Partners CEO and Chairman Kent Thiry speaks with students during his Stanford GSB View From The Top talk on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Watch the full talk: http://stanford.io/2gGHLwL Read more: http://stanford.io/2hbnqAP
A group of researchers from universities including Yale and Stanford found surgical masks more effective than cloth masks.
Former Intel president Renee James speaks with students during her Stanford GSB View From The Top talk on February 8, 2016. Watch the full talk: http://stanford.io/2h8fIqA Read more: http://stanford.io/1WLZZLY
Politician and businessman Mitt Romney speaks with students during his Stanford GSB View From The Top talk on Tuesday, April 21, 2016. Watch the full talk: http://stanford.io/2hbmGvh Read more: http://stanford.io/1NGyQbm
Sequoia Capital Managing Partner Doug Leone speaks with students during his Stanford GSB View From The Top talk on November 4, 2014. Watch the full talk: http://stanford.io/2hbouoj Read more: http://stanford.io/1SsRGmv