Stanford AI Lab

The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL) has been a center of excellence for Artificial Intelligence research, teaching, theory, and practice since its founding in 1962.

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Professor Ron Dror and Students Raphael Townshend and Stephan Eismann Featured on the Front Cover of Science

Congratulations to Professor Ron Dror and students Raphael Townshend and Stephan Eismann who were featured on the front cover of Science for their paper “Geometric deep learning of RNA structure”.

AI4ALL Highlighted in The Stanford Daily

The Stanford Daily reports on how Stanford’s AI4ALL program mentors a new generation of diverse leaders in artificial intelligence.

Aditya Grover Wins SIGKDD Dissertation Award

Congratulations to Professor Stefano Ermon advisee Aditya Grover for winning the SIGKDD Dissertation Award!

Dorsa Sadigh Receives MIT Technology Review TR-35 Award

Congratulations to SAIL faculty Dorsa Sadigh on receiving an MIT Tech Review TR-35 award for her work on teaching robots to be better collaborators with people.

Anna Goldie Receives MIT Technology Review TR-35 Award

Congratulations to SAIL PhD student Anna Goldie on receiving an MIT Tech Review TR-35 award for her work on AI layout of computer chips with deep reinforcement learning.

Emma Pierson Receives MIT Technology Review TR-35 Award

Congratulations to recent SAIL PhD graduate Emma Pierson on receiving an MIT Tech Review TR-35 award for her work on using AI to reveal health disparities across race, gender and class.

We Are Pleased to Welcome a New Member of Our Faculty

Carlos Guestrin who focuses on Machine Learning, Explainability, Fairness and ML Systems.

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Carlos GuestrinMachine Learning, Explainability, Fairness and ML Systems

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Stanford AI Lab faculty and students enjoy chances to understand and solve the not-yet-doable pain points of industry. Get a chance to support and interact with SAIL’s brightest minds.

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