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Tuesday, February 2, 2021

social sciences

Don't underestimate Russia

Don't underestimate Russia, says the Freeman Spogli Institute's Kathryn Stoner. Moscow is more capable of disrupting world order than given credit for. 

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Science & technology

The value of data

Stanford scholars propose a fair way to quantify how much individual datasets contribute to AI model performance and companies’ bottom lines.

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Latino entrepreneurship report

Research finds Latino-owned businesses are less likely than similar white-owned businesses to have loans approved from national banks. 

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Artist's Salon featuring Valerie Miner Data on Purpose 2021


  • Discover Stanford For You: Join the Office of External Relations and Stanford Continuing Studies to learn about Stanford’s mission, groundbreaking research and purposeful impact in the world on Feb. 10, 10 to 11:40 a.m. (PT). The event includes an introduction to Stanford's history and values, followed by presentations from faculty who are experts in their fields. This free, virtual event is open to the general public. Learn more.

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