How do journalists do their jobs in the face of danger, and what happens when they can’t fill that role? All of the sessions are now available to watch online.
Journalists from around the country will soon have the opportunity to learn how to analyze millions of traffic stops made by local police departments.
Stanford’s JSK Journalism Fellowships and Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Initiative join forces
Partnership will help journalists explore the effects of AI on the journalism industry and humanity.
The new initiative will leverage JSK’s connections, its alumni network, and Stanford University to improve the quality of news and information reaching the public.
The JSK Fellowships organizes activities throughout the year that include partners, spouses and children, including a weekend exploring Monterey on California’s picturesque central coast.
Garcia-Ruiz was appointed by Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne. The JSK Board of Visitors provides strategic guidance for the JSK Fellowships.