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Salma Mousa

Postdoctoral scholar Salma Mousa shows how soccer can tackle prejudice

Under the right conditions, a diverse soccer team can pull off the ultimate hat trick: It can reduce prejudice, build trust and increase tolerance among players from opposing sides of a conflict.

Jonathan Rodden

Q&A with Stanford political scientist Jonathan Rodden about the Georgia runoff elections

Jonathan Rodden, a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), says the Democrats face an “uphill turnout battle” in their challenge against two Republican incumbents in the Georgia runoffs.

Michael Tomz

Professor Michael Tomz is awarded a 2020 Seed Grant from the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

“The future of AI must be informed by experts from a range of disciplines, working together with a shared purpose to guide the technology towards greater public good,” said Deep Ganguli, Director of Research for Stanford HAI.

Rob Reich

Professor Rob Reich is awarded a 2020 Seed Grant from the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

The seed research grants are designed to support new, ambitious, and speculative ideas with the objective of getting initial results.

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No matter who wins the 2020 election, governing will be difficult, say Stanford political scientists

While much remains unclear about the outcome of the 2020 U.S election, one thing is certain: about half the voting population is going to be unhappy with its outcome. No matter which candidate wins, governing effectively will be difficult, said…