The Stanford Digital Economy Lab (S-DEL) Corporate Affiliate Program is creating a community of industry leaders who are deeply knowledgeable about the digital economy and will use our research to inform their work, as well as provide feedback to our team.
We rely on our industry community to help us understand the big questions, challenges, and opportunities that individuals and enterprises face in the digital age. As a lab, we believe that doing truly impactful work requires having an open dialogue with those who are building, deploying, and managing the technologies which we study. Our corporate program and activities are designed to foster discussions and build relationships with individuals and organizations that share our vision of a technology-rich future that benefits the many, and not just the few.
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Contact Christie Ko at email@example.com or 650.498.0735 to learn more about corporate opportunities.
HAI Corporate Affiliates can dedicate research tokens to support S-DEL’s research streams.
As part of the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), S-DEL welcomes all of HAI’s Corporate Affiliates to participate in S-DEL’s Affiliate program activities. HAI’s members will also have the option to dedicate research tokens to specific research projects. Requests to send a Visiting Scholar to S-DEL are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Individual research tokens can be dedicated to any of the five research areas of S-DEL. Learn more about our research below. Deeper engagement opportunities within any of the work streams below may be discussed if two or more research tokens are dedicated to a particular area of S-DEL research.
What will the future of work look like? Our research seeks to understand the evolution of the global workforce in a rapidly changing digital economy.
We analyze the ways that companies are doing business via digital and intelligent platform technologies—and the impact these advancements have on the economy and society.
Our research team explores and creates better methods and models to measure the health of an increasingly digital-centric economy.
Our research measures, assesses, and predicts how data-driven decision-making and management practices are impacting the global economy and workforce.
We examine how businesses and workers are adapting to measures, such as lockdowns and remote working, brought on by the pandemic.
To learn more about these and other corporate engagement opportunities, contact Christie Ko at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.498.0735.
The Stanford Digital Economy Lab is an integral part of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI (HAI). We are the Institute’s primary hub for conducting research related to the economic implications of technology—a demonstration of HAI’s multidisciplinary approach to addressing complex problems. The Lab is co-sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.