In this 1.5-days interactive workshop you will explore your role as both user and designer of virtual agents powered by Artificial Intelligence that can collaborate with humans to achieve what neither humans nor machines can achieve on their own. You will uncover design superpowers that will enrich your learning journey at Stanford, regardless of the major you choose, and beyond. You will program your very own virtual agent (no coding skills required).
**In between these 2 sessions you will work independently for ~1-10 hours, according to your level of interest and curiosity.
Your guide for the journey will be Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, co-director of the d.school’s University Innovation Fellows program, and a scientist-turned designer with a knack for creating learning adventures that defy assumptions about what the education system can be.
Please note that capacity is limited.
This event is open to Stanford Summer Session students. Masks are encouraged as this program is indoors. If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact the Diversity & Access Office, email@example.com. Requests should be made one week in advance of the event.