CSLI News Clippings
Pointers to various articles about CSLI (not complete).
Stanford Report and Stanford Press Releases
- Stanford linguistics professor and cognitive scientist Ivan Sag dies at 63. 27-September-2013
- Compatibilism: Can free will and determinism co-exist? 15-September-2011. John Perry
- By the `Numb3rs,' Keith Devlin aims to make mathematics cool in popular culture. 17-October-2007
- Semlab works as a more flexible, collaborative research space. 26-September-2007. Semlab is part of CSLI.
- "Singularity summit will explore human and machine 'cognition'" 20-April-2006. CSLI co-hosted.
- "Devlin: Math truth no longer a '100 percent pure product'". 22-Feb-2006. About Keith Devlin, CSLI's Executive Director.
- Keith Devlin wins International Pythagoras Prize in Mathematics. 2-November-2005.
- Engineers illustrate how technology can serve in disaster-relief efforts. 27-April-2006. Dipak Basu, a Reuters Fellow, was a panel member.
- "Right excels at shaping discourse with language, linguists say". 12-May-2004. Geoffrey Nunberg, formerly of CSLI, is one of the linguists
- Microsoft funds Reuters Foundation digital fellowships, 9-July-2003
- Reuters Fellows' projects wired to developing world, 24-July-2002. About the Reuters Foundation Digital Vision Fellows affiliated with CSLI
- Seven Stanford scholars elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 3-May-2002. These included John Perry of CSLI
- CSLI to host technology fellowship program, 11-July-2001. About the Reuters Digital Vision Fellowship Program
- Computers with voices: Students explore how people respond, 25-July-2000, some of Clifford Nass's research.
- John Etchemendy named next Stanford Provost. John Etchemendy has been a CSLI researcher since the beginning and has also served as the CSLI Director.
- Linguistic theory to be basis for intelligent e-mail response product, 6-June-2000, involves the LinGO Project.
- 'Grade grinder' looks at logic behind students' errors, 31-May-2000, about Openproof
- Eye movement research points to importance of text over graphics on websites, 8-May-2000, Advanced Eye Interpretation Project
- 'Smarter dumb objects': Adapting technology to the mind, 1-Dec-1999, Computational Semantics Lab
- Smarter houses, dictionaries, websites take people's ways into account. 17-November-1999. About the November 1999 CSLI IAP meeting.
- Social science research influences computer product design. 6-January-1995. About Professors Byron Reeves and Clifford Nass research.
- Adapting technology for disabled people. 5-December-1995. About the Archimedes Project.
- Computers help talented youth learn faster at home than in school. 3-October-1995. About CSLI's EPGY Program.
- Bay Area high school students win national math contest. 14-June-1996. The EPGY Program provided coaching.
- NPR : Wanted: Math Solutions. 18-Jan-2003. About CSLI's Executive Director, Keith Devlin
- Grade Grinder brings logic to online learning. 21-Sep-2000. San Jose Mercury. About Language, Proof and Logic part of the Openproof project.
- Web Site Offers Cartoons That Interact, With Feeling. 12-Sep-2000. New York Times. Barbara Hayes-Roth, a CSLI researcher, is mentioned.
- RoboCopter Takes Off With AI. 31-May-2000. Dr. Dobb's Journal. CSLI's Semantics Lab is part of this work.
- Communication Breakdown. May 2000. Wired Magazine. CSLI's LinGo Project is part of the Verbmobil.
- Fiddling With Human Behavior. 6-March-2000. Wired. About CSLI senior researcher, B. J. Fogg and the Persuasive Technology Lab. Dr. Fogg's work was also highlighted in MainFunction's March 31, 2000 Reality Check on Persuasive Technology.
- Romancing the Media. January 1997. Wired Magazine. Review of The Media Equation by CSLI researchers Professors Byron Reeves and Clifford Nass.
- Interview with Byron Reeves and Clifford Nass. July 1999. Wired Magazine.
- Are there physical differences to how people read news online as opposed to in print?, 16-May-2000, Science & Technology News Network. Highlights Prof. Marion Lewenstein
Not directly CSLI but interesting
- No longer just eggheads, linguists leap to the Net. 30-May-2000. Wall Street Journal (paid subscription required). Quotes Prof. Stanley Peters.
- Stanford Press Releases
- Stanford in the news (google)