HAI convenes tech luminaries to talk ‘ethics, policy and governance’

Oct. 28, 2019, 10:18 p.m.

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Speaking to a crowd of 900 people on Monday morning, computer science professor Fei-Fei Li and former Provost John Etchemendy kicked off this fall’s Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) conference focused on “Ethics, Policy and Governance.” 

The “ultimate goal of AI should be to enhance and augment our humanity, not to diminish or replace it,” Li said, a statement which characterized the following discussions. 

Contact Won Gi Jung at jwongi ‘at’ stanford.edu, Max Hampel at mhampel ‘at’ stanford.edu, Marianne Lu at mlu23 ‘at’ stanford.edu, Daniel Yang at danieljhyang ‘at’ stanford.edu, Emma Talley at emmat332 ‘at’ stanford.edu and Trishiet Ray at trishiet ‘at’ stanford.edu.

Daniel Yang is a staff writer interested in studying History. Contact him at danieljy 'at' stanford.edu.Emma Talley is the Vol. 261 Editor in Chief. She is from Sacramento, California, and has previously worked as a two-time news editor and the newsroom development director. Emma has reported with the San Francisco Chronicle with the metro team covering breaking news and K-12 education. She's also obsessed with coffee. Contact her at eic 'at' stanforddaily.com or etalley 'at' stanforddaily.com.

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