In the past two quarters, the Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP) has started shifting the emphasis of its show “State of the Human” from a radio show on KZSU to an online podcast format in an effort to reach more internet users.
Netflix Machine Learning Director Tony Jebara discussed the role of machine learning in personalized streaming services during a presentation to a packed audience at the Hewlett Teaching Center on Monday. Jebara’s talk was the second in this quarter’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Real Life Seminar Series, offered to students as the one-unit course CME 500.
Whether you’re a devoted reader hungry for a new book or in need of a good read after a long day of work, we’ve assembled for you a short list of light summer reads. Peruse it to find historical fiction, novels, memoirs and magazines destined to impress the pickiest of readers.
Veronica Chambers is “one of the indispensable journalistic voices of the last 20 years,” Tom Hayden declared in his introduction earlier this month.
Students of Oral Communication 130: “Your American Life” will spend this winter learning to craft podcast and radio shows to the tune of “This American Life” and New York Public Radio’s “Radiolab.”
New Year’s is my favorite holiday. I love fireworks, I love staying up late, but mostly, I love making New Year’s resolutions and I love the feeling of waking up and feeling like a new and different person, in a new and different year. A lot of my friends don’t understand this. Our calendar years…
Known for his travel writing, Pico Iyer has explored cross-cultural interactions for decades as an essayist for “TIME” and writer for publications including Harper’s and the The New York Times. The Daily sat down with Iyer to discuss the significance of solitude and connection in a technologically-focused world.
Professor of medicine and writer Abraham Verghese was awarded the National Humanities Medal for the 2015 year at the White House on Sept. 22.