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AI Audit Challenge: $71,000 Innovation Challenge to Design Better AI Audits

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are being deployed every day, yet we lack the necessary tools to independently analyze and audit them. This challenge is about designing and creating applied tools that can assess whether deployed AI systems exhibit bias or carry potential for discrimination. Entries can be submitted from July 11, 2022 to October 10, 2022. We are currently open for entries.

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Stanford Applied Cybersecurity group wins national penetration testing competition

News / November 7, 2017

The nation’s brightest cybersecurity college students traveled to Rochester, N.Y., to test their hacking skills in the annual National Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition. The Nov.

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Can Bitcoin Thrive Without China?

Blogs / October 26, 2017

Bitcoin started the month of September trading at an all-time high of $4,950. By implementing Segregated Witness, or SegWit, Bitcoin allowed more transactions to take place and signaled confidence that Bitcoin would scale.

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Stanford Team takes 1st place in CPTC Western Regionals

News / October 24, 2017

Demonstrating moxie and professionalism under fire, the team consisting of Paul Crews, Albert Liang, Kate Stowell, Travis Lanham, Wilson Nguyen, Colleen Dai, and coach Alex Keller have qualified for the CPTC Nationals

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