The talk, moderated by editor in chief of WIRED Nicholas Thompson ’97, unearthed issues of rapid development and deployment of AI technology as well as the impact it may have on human agency and democracy in the 21st century.
Tis past weekend, the Stanford men’s and women’s tennis teams dominated Pac-12 opponents in the final weekend of season competition in three total away games.
Coming off of back-to-back shutouts of in-conference rivals in the No. 42 Washington State Cougars and No. 15 Washington Huskies last Friday and Saturday, respectively, the No. 3 Stanford women’s tennis team heads to Salt Lake City this Friday to take on the unranked Utah Utes before moving on to the unranked Colorado Buffaloes in Boulder for their season’s penultimate match. Sporting an eleven-game winning streak, the team is now 7-0 in the Pac-12 on the season, and well on its way to a deep run in the Pac-12 Championships later this month.
Representatives from all 32 NFL teams gathered on the Siebel Practice Field this past Thursday for the annual Stanford Pro Timing Day. Over 100 personnel – scouts, coaches and general managers – convened to get a final look at the Cardinal’s top pro prospects.
The No. 5 Stanford women’s tennis team grabbed back-to-back home shutout victories this past weekend against the No. 36 Washington State Cougars and No. 15 Washington Huskies. The No. 12 men’s team, however, took its third loss in the last ten days, a streak unprecedented for the team. The women’s team defeated Washington State 4-0…
After dropping two consecutive matches for the first time since April 2017, the No. 12 Stanford men’s tennis team (13-4) bounced back with a commanding 4-0 victory over the unranked Cal Poly Mustangs (9-7) on Thursday. The Mustangs were on a hot streak before running into the Cardinal, having won six out of their last seven dual matches this month.
The Stanford No. 10 men’s and No. 7 women’s tennis teams took on UCLA and USC this past weekend; the men’s team played at home at Taube Family Tennis Stadium while the women’s team traveled to Los Angeles for the matchups.
In weekend that saw each team play two dual matches each, the Stanford men’s (11-2) and women’s (8-1) tennis teams played a total of 22 individual matches. They came out of the weekend with 21 wins.