Stanford researcher Laila Soudi recently traveled to refugee camps in Greece where, amid the squalid conditions, she began working on her mission to provide mental health aid to refugees. Now a psychiatry and behavioral sciences researcher at the School of Medicine, Soudi’s concern for refugee mental health began at an early age.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow and his team have developed an algorithm that revealed a drastic change in American political speech, which, according to their research, is becoming increasingly polarized.
Currently, pathologists use slides that they review themselves to assess lung cancer, making the process subjective. The new information provided by the software could help clinicians make more informed decisions about treatment plans.
Jon Lucas’s and Scott Moore’s “Bad Moms” is a raunchy comedy that attempts to use humor to portray the problems with traditional gender roles. While there were a few good laughs, the overzealous attempt to portray suburban life and the characterization of each of the “moms” was strained to breaking point. “Bad Moms” tells the…
Joshua Browder ’19 has created what he calls the world’s first robot lawyer to do everything from fight unfair parking tickets and help Syrian refugees apply for asylum. The computer science student coded a chatbot named DoNotPay that offers free legal aid by asking questions and then providing the relevant documents for users to mail.