PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Nikhil's research focus on the theoretical aspects of social algorithms.
PhD student in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
Professor of Management Science and Engineering, and by courtesy, Computer Science. Ashish does research in design, analysis, and applications of algorithms. He also designed and prototyped several of Twitter's early algorithmic and monetization products.
PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Anilesh's research looks at the theoretical and practical aspects of mechanisms for crowdsourced decision-making and collaborative work, with a focus on the fairness of such mechanisms.
Professor of Computer Science at Duke University. Kamesh does research in algorithm design and discrete optimization.
PhD candidate in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. Sukolsak’s research focuses on platforms and algorithms for decision making at scale.
Professor of Communication and Professor of Political Science. James is Director of Stanford’s Center for Deliberative Democracy.
Associate Director of Stanford’s Center for Deliberative Democracy.
We would also like to thank our past collaborators and team members, including Tanja Aitamurto, Anamitra Banerjee, Noah Burbank, Scott Cheng, Pranav Dandekar, Larry Diamond, Richard Diehl Martinez, Debojyoti Dutta, Vijay Kamble, Erik Kuefler, Eli Marschner, David Lee, Eric Mibuari, N. Shivakumar (founding member of the Widescope team), Vivek Srinivasan, Zheng Wu and Ningxia Zhang