Last weekend, students competed in the first-ever Fall Game Jam, a hackathon where participants had 36 hours to develop a game.
On Oct. 3, Stanford alumna Maureen Fan visited campus to speak at The Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series. As an undergraduate seeking career paths that intersect with both the arts and technology, I eagerly anticipated hearing from the CEO and co-founder of Baobab Studios, an Emmy Award-winning VR animation company. When I met Maureen, she was…
The top three competitors in this year’s Stanford Women in Business (SWIB) Fantasy Stock Exchange (FSE) used a trading algorithm for the first time in the competition’s history, allowing them to make thousands of trades and achieve daily rates of return above 20 percent.
CafeBots, a Palo Alto startup founded by a group with Stanford connections, recently received initial funding of $5 million from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB).