For me, working in both worlds makes sense: My Stanford work makes me better in industry.
And what I learn in industry improves my Stanford research. (See how to book time with me)At my Stanford lab, the Persuasive Technology Lab, we are tackling an important problem I call the “matching challenge.” I won’t go into details here except to say we are identifying habits that will be (1) beneficial for people, (2) easy to form, and (3) easy to maintain.
It was the Cardinal's only sustained drive of the second half.
My expertise is creating insights about human behavior and teaching methods for designing products that influence people for the better.
I call this “Behavior Design.”I devote about 50% of my time to Stanford and 50% to industry innovation.
After a scoreless third quarter for both teams, USC put together a terrific drive at the start of the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
Darnold engineered a 12-play, 90-yard possession that was capped off by Stanford did respond with a quick score when quarterback Keller Chryst hit JJ Arcega-Whiteside for a three-yard touchdown to close the gap to 35-24.
In addition, he devotes at least half his time to industry projects and innovations, all of which focus on using technology to change behaviors in positive ways.