Wednesday, May 18th 2022
04:00 PM—04:30 PM
|Available to||Faculty / Staff, Alumni / Friends, General Public, Members, Students|
Unfortunately this session has been cancelled. We hope to reschedule this event in the Fall.
The final conversation of the Spring series, Hari Subramonyam, Assistant Professor (Research) at the Graduate School of Education looks at how AI can augment and enhance the learning experience.
This session will be virtual, from 4:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. (Pacific), and include time for Q&A.
A no-cost registration is required for each talk.
Hari Subramonyam is an Assistant Professor (Research) at the Graduate School of Education and a Faculty Fellow at Stanford’s Institute for Human-Centered AI. He is also a member of the HCI Group at Stanford. His research focuses on augmenting critical human tasks (such as learning, creativity, and sensemaking) with AI by incorporating principles from cognitive psychology. He also investigates support tools for multidisciplinary teams to co-design AI experiences. His work has received multiple best paper awards at top human-computer interaction conferences, including CHI and IUI.
Other Spring Sessions
May 12th: Mitchell Stevens, Science and Policy for Lifelong Learning