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  • What if the evidence that physicians need to make decisions were buried deep within the vast, messy electronic health databases, and AI could help pull it out? Nigam Shah, associate professor of medicine and of biomedical data science, joins The Future of Everything with Stanford School of Engineering’s Russ Altman to discuss the opportunities and challenges in bringing machine learning into clinical use. To listen to past episodes of the podcast, which airs weekends on SiriusXM channel 121, visit:https://stanford.io/2IGzFWi.

      

  • Where, exactly, is the gig economy taking us? Economist Paul Oyer embedded himself as an Uber driver in his search for answers. He shares insights from the experience, and from his empirical research, on this episode of The Future of Everything with Stanford School of Engineering’s Russ Altman. To listen to past episodes of the podcast, which airs weekends on SiriusXM channel 121, visit:https://stanford.io/2IGzFWi.

      

  • The "fundamental attribution error" in social psychology describes how we fault others when bad things happen to them but blame external situations when bad things happen to us. Try this immersive virtual reality experience, developed by Stanford researchers, and pay attention to the way it makes you think about homelessness. https://stanford.io/2J20Ng0

      

  • Trichoplax adhaerens has no neurons, no muscles, and no recognizable nervous system. But through the barrel of a microscope, researchers in the Prakash lab have been watching the blob-like creature move, make decisions, behave and hunt. Understanding it, they say, is about appreciating the diversity of life on our planet and thinking “much more holistically about what is actually possible in biological systems.” https://stanford.io/2CNldsZ

      

  • For the first time, scientists have developed a computer simulation showing how clumps of defective proteins in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s spread through the brain, much of the time in stealth mode, over as long as 30 years: https://stanford.io/2QKyfu5

      

  • More than 80 guest artists from around the world (including Nitin Sawhney, whose "Dystopian Dream" inspired this Sadlers Wells production) are bringing vitality and variety to campus in the fall: https://stanford.io/2A2QpSv

      

  • Free speech advocate Greg Lukianoff, JD '00, joins Stanford Legal to discuss issues of conformity and self-censorship on college campuses, and his recently-published book, “The Coddling of the American Mind,” co-written with Jonathan Haidt.

      

  • Stanford Legal marks #WorldMentalHealthDay with a discussion about the challenging mental health issues that come with highly demanding careers. Tune in as Pam Karlan interviews co-host Joe Bankman, a clinical psychologist and lawyer who teaches mental health law, and Kathryne Young, JD '11, assistant professor of sociology at Amherst and author of "How to Be (Sort Of) Happy in Law School."

      

  • This Sophomore College course, taught by a husband-and-wife team with backgrounds in chemical engineering and art, explores the creative sparks at the interface of disciplines. The only prerequisite: “a willingness to experiment.” https://stanford.io/2EdoEe7

      

  • Shannon Coffee, '19, a human biology major, returns to the court next month as a center for Stanford Women's Basketball. She spent her summer advancing understanding of concussions as an intern with the Stanford Center for Clinical Research.

      

  • While concussion awareness has increased, it hasn’t translated into attitude and behavior change among young athletes. A new curriculum designed by Stanford Graduate School of Education faculty and students aims to fix that problem by creating interactive material more effectively targeted at a young population. 

Professor Shelley Goldman and Piya Sorcar, MA ’06, PhD ’09, are discussing their work on School’s In with GSE Dean Dan Schwartz and Senior Lecturer Denise Pope.

      

  • In response to anxiety about the college admissions process, a new paper by Challenge Success argues that college rankings are problematic and engagement in college is more important than where you attend. Co-founder Denise Pope is discussing the paper and its findings with Stanford Graduate School of Education Dean Dan Schwartz on School’s In.

      

What if the evidence that physicians need to make decisions were buried deep within the vast, messy electronic health databases, and AI could help pull it out? Nigam Shah, associate professor of medicine and of biomedical data science, joins The Future of Everything with Stanford School of Engineering’s Russ Altman to discuss the opportunities and challenges in bringing machine learning into clinical use. To listen to past episodes of the podcast, which airs weekends on SiriusXM channel 121, visit:https://stanford.io/2IGzFWi.

 

 

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