Category: Our Work

2020 Bright Award Winner - Maria Azhunova

With over 80% of the world’s biodiversity occurring on Indigenous territory, respecting and reviving Indigenous conservation practices will be critical for protecting future ecosystem health. Maria Azhunova, the 2020 Bright Award winner, is an indigenous Buryat conservation leader who harnesses her people’s Indigenous knowledge and culture to drive conservation projects in both Eastern Russia and… Read more 2020 Bright Award Winner - Maria Azhunova
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Women in Data Science (WiDS) 2020

For the past 5 years, the Global Women in Data Science Initiative hosts an annual conference here at Stanford that consists of speakers and seminars from industry to academia. It is a gathering place to support women in data science as there are gender disparities in the larger narrative of the field. At Stanford Video,… Read more Women in Data Science (WiDS) 2020
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Bright Award 2019

The annual Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability went to the incredible Aisha Khan this year. In its seventh year of honoring those around the world for their work in this field, we were excited for another story to tell and in collaboration with the Stanford Law School. PRE-PRODUCTION TO PRODUCTION Shooting the story ourself is… Read more Bright Award 2019
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Stanford HAI

Stanford’s newest institute, the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence — or Stanford HAI — hopes advance artificial intelligence (AI) research, education, policy and practice to improve the human condition. When the university needed a video to inaugurate this ambitious new program, they turned to Stanford Video to help promote their message to world.  We helped produce… Read more Stanford HAI

Stanford’s AI Legacy

Stanford has always been a leader in the work of artificial intelligence. See a glimpse of over 60 years of rich history in the pursuit of big ideas in this field.
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'Biased' audiobook

Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt is a professor of psychology at Stanford and recorded her audiobook Biased in the audio booth at Stanford Video. From Penguin Random House: ““A fascinating new book… [Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt is] a genius.”–Trevor Noah, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah “This book should be required reading for everyone.”–Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility As seen… Read more 'Biased' audiobook
Bright Award 2018

Bright Award 2018

For the past few years, Stanford Law School annually gives out the Bright Award and seeks an “individual who has made significant contributions in the environmental preservation and sustainability area and is awarded to an individual from one of ten rotating regions. This year, Stanford Law School focused on the Middle East and awarded two… Read more Bright Award 2018
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'Gods and Robots' audiobook

Adrienne Mayor is a professor of Classics and History and Philosophy of Science at Stanford and recorded her audiobook Gods and Robots: Myths, Machines, and Ancient Dreams of Technology in the audio booth at Stanford Video. From Princeton University Press: The fascinating untold story of how the ancients imagined robots and other forms of artificial life—and even invented… Read more 'Gods and Robots' audiobook

US Sec of Defense James Mattis on Uncommon Knowledge

In his first televised interview in almost a year, Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis sits down with Peter Robinson to discuss a wide range of issues facing the United States Armed Forces at home and across the globe. Earlier this year, Secretary Mattis published the National Defense Strategy, the first such document in a… Read more US Sec of Defense James Mattis on Uncommon Knowledge