WUaS seeks to generate a best STEM CC OCW, all languages, Friendly decision making, Stanford, high achieving, AI one (culture/discourse/milieu)
What's an Artificial Intelligence culture, say, emerging from MIT or Stanford or Google, Amazon, or IBM re "WUaS seeks to generate a best STEM CC OCW, all languages, Friendly decision making, Stanford, high achieving, AI one"?
What would an ethnography or anthropology of a startup best STEM online university's emergent artificial intelligence culture look like or how would it read (such as WUaS)?
Since MIT and Stanford are still place-based, their A.I. cultures will be difficult to characterize ethnographically emerging partly out of their Computer Science departments.
Google Brain and related Tensor Flow projects perhaps aren't that far enough along to inform a cultural milieu vis-a-vis the rest of Google's ~ 50,000 employees and end users worldwide?
Wikidata's community and related Wikipedia communities are a good jumping off place with regard to some of these questions.
Here's one definition of AI ...
"the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages." (Apple dictionary)
As I envision this relative to WUaS's plans for all 7,097 living languages, it's in the interlingual communication space which the coders at WUaS create, mediated by developing AI, as well as what students and learners generate between each other as online culture or discourse which will be significant here, and especially interpreted ethnographically.
Ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy will be further significant here in helping to give form to AI, and especially STEM-wise in all 7,097 living languages, and with developing real time film realistic interactivity.