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This Stanford GSB alumnus believed AI would be better than the human eye at spotting weapons at security checkpoints. Turns out, he was right.

Stanford GSB alumni share their MBA experiences as they answer live questions. Norris Tie, MBA ’19 Sunny Kumar, MBA ’17 Marlo Goldstein, MBA ’16 Maryanna Quigless, MBA ’13 Vidya Vasu-Devan, MBA ’12 Learn more: Stanford MBA Program | GSB Admission Events |

Shuchin Bajaj of Cygnus Hospitals shares how he is working to provide access to high quality, affordable healthcare to small communities in North India. Dr. Bajaj participated in the Seed Transformation Program in 2019. Learn more:

Hear past participants discuss the factors they considered in selecting the perfect program for them, and the ultimate reasons they chose Stanford LEAD.

Hear how past participants were able to successfully integrate Stanford LEAD into their busy, professional schedules and lives.

Hear past participants discuss the benefits of the community and the elements that make it one-of-a-kind.

The suspension of professional athletic competition, live entertainment, and other “in person” leisure activities has left us all wondering what to do when we finally have time for fun. Join our conversation with guests Paraag Marathe, MBA ’04, President, SF 49ers; Nathan Hubbard, MBA ’04, CEO/Founder, Rival; and Michael DeLapa, MBA ’85, Founder, Find Me A Stream!, as they talk on where digital entertainment is heading now. Recorded June 10, 2020.

In the midst of a global pandemic, MBA students team up to launch ventures to help those most in need. Emily Savage, MBA ’21 — Stop The Spread Christina Troitino, MBA ’20 — Team Positivity Contagion Khalil Fuller, MBA ’20 — Gift Card Bank Luke deWilde, MBA ’21 — Essential Supply Tammie Chen, MBA ’20 and Siran Xu, MBA ’20 — Coronavirusmatch Susannah Shattuck, MBA ’21 — Meals for medical workers

Mike Smith found purpose after graduating from Stanford GSB in 1986 and moving to San Francisco at the height of the AIDS pandemic. Surrounded by loss, including the death of a classmate, he and some friends came up with the idea for the AIDS Memorial Quilt. In October 1987, they hoped to make a brief and nonthreatening statement to a polarized country by displaying the massive memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. But the quilt’s emotional impact and...

As the world rushes to put contact tracing and illness-tracking tools in place to enable effective response to the coronavirus pandemic, privacy experts are raising concerns about exactly how this technology will be built and governed. The Corporations and Society Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School co-sponsored a panel discussion on the use and governance of surveillance technology during (and after) the coronavirus pandemic. Our panelists shared their...

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