Life of a Fellow
Dispatches from current fellows about their Stanford experience.
By taking cues from the social sciences, journalists can tell more inclusive stories and earn the trust of the audience.
What’s holding us back as journalists from sparking the kind of experimentation we see in the arts?
Joining the Stanford Graphic Novel Project taught me important lessons on collective creativity.
How I felt stupid and made wise decisions
I decided to try programming again because I knew I needed to have some minimum technical proficiency to understand what’s doable. And in the process of realizing what is not possible, I’ve learned so much more that will support my journalism.
First steps in creating an AI roadmap for news organizations.
Together we could increase the impact of our work and the understanding of a human drama.
How are biases in cable news programs contributing to the rise in polarization in the U.S.? Can artificial intelligence be used to monitor and analyze bias?
How can we create experiences that have a lasting effect, that involve all the senses, and that are accessible beyond exclusive spaces?
Can artificial intelligence-assisted programs spot the bias in reporting and flag it before it is published?
A meditation in five spurts.
Being at Stanford these past few months has been humbling in so many ways — being surrounded by young geniuses will do that — but nothing has hit me harder than realizing I didn’t know myself.
Beyond the iconic images he’s most famous for, Warhol also had a striking influence on how we see and experience art, photography and film that feels extremely relevant as we experiment with new technology in storytelling.
Exploring business models to support a global community of photographers.
How to automate the process of investigating reporting and identify wrongdoings by all “Big Fishes”.
How would you run a meeting if you wanted to encourage your team to produce the most novel and inspiring ideas? How can you make sure you don’t create obstacles to group creativity?
What cooking and calligraphy taught me about Confidence
This is paradoxical, but the situation in the Russian media is deplorable and encouraging at the same time. Why it is deplorable, is clear. The reasons for hope are somewhat more complicated.
What I heard in seven interviews with Ijeoma Oluo
The gems gleaned from late nights in lecture halls and in sporting venues have gone a long way in helping establish a framework to determine what happens next.
I’ve been exposed to world-class speakers, been given time to think and write, sat across a table from thought leaders and sat in classes with future Fortune 100 CEOs.