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May 25, 2022

Recap: Our Spring 2022 Seminar Series

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Free speech and platforms. The future of public libraries. Robots at work in China.

These are just a few of the discussions you may have missed from our spring 2022 Seminar Series. Our bi-weekly series features a range of experts sharing their research on topics focused on AI and the digital economy. A big thanks to all the colleagues and collaborators who joined us to share their time and insights.

Robots at Work in China

February 7, 2022
Rob Seamans
NYU Stern School of Business

Drivers of Digital Attention: Evidence from a Social Media Experiment

February 28, 2022
Guy Aridor
Columbia University

Work2Vec: Measuring the Latent Structure of the Labor Markets in Economics

March 7, 2022
Daniel Rock
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

The Digital Challenge to Public Libraries

April 4, 2022
Imke Reimers
Northeastern University

Does Model Understanding Improve Human Decision Making?

April 11, 2022
Hima Lakkaraju
Harvard University

If We Succeed

April 18, 2022
Russell Stuart
UC Berkeley

Free Speech, Platforms & the Fake News Problem

April 25, 2022
Marshall Van Alstyne
Boston University Questrom School

Firm Investments in Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Changes in Workforce Composition

May 9, 2022
Anastassia Fedyk
Haas School of Business. UC Berkeley

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The Emerging New Economy: Causes and Consequences of Web 3.0

May 16, 2022
Sandy Pentland


Spring 2022 Seminar Series Lineup Announced

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From robots in China to free speech on digital platforms, our spring 2022 Seminar Series features experts discussing topics focused on AI and the digital economy.

All Stanford Digital Economy Lab seminars are free, virtual, and open to the public. For hybrid events, in-person attendance is open to members of the Stanford community.

You can view recordings of most past events on our YouTube channel or by visiting the links of past events below.

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