AI, Humanities & the Arts Workshop

This is an Archive of a Past Event

This one-day event brings together colleagues from the new Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) initiative, the Humanities, and the Arts to advance new configurations of world-class scholarship.

Following opening remarks and welcome, the day will showcase collaborations between Stanford researchers who are pioneering work at the vanguard of AI, the humanities, and the arts. The finale will invite participants to highlight five grand collaborative social challenges for HAI.


9:00 AM: Opening Remarks — Londa Schiebinger, Elaine Treharne, and Caroline Winterer
HAI, SHC, and the Arts Vision and Collaboration

9:10 AM: Welcome — Dr. Fei-Fei Li

9:30 AM: Keynote — David Engstrom
How’s My Programming? AI, Law, and SLS

10:45 AM: Session 1 — James Zou and Londa Schiebinger
Collaborations between humanists and computer scientists:The mutual benefits

11:15 AM: Session 2 — Dan Jurafsky
Does This Vehicle Belong to You? Processing the Language of Policing for Improving Police-Community Relations

11:45 AM: Session 3 — Nicole Coleman
Thinking About Archived Things as Data

1:15 PM: Session 4 — Ge Wang
Humans in the Loop: The Artful Design of Automation

1:45 PM: Session 5 — Elaine Treharne
Foreseeing the Future in the Past: Computational Tools and Pattern Prediction

2:15 PM: Session 6 — Zephyr Frank
Decoding Urban Peripheries: Landscape and Vulnerability in Google Street View

2:45 PM: Session 7 — Fred Turner
AI as Civic Architecture

3:30 PM: Panel Discussion — Mark Algee-Hewitt, Rob Reich, Londa Schiebinger, and Elaine Treharne
Grand Collaborative Social Challenges for HAI