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 KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM - The Lunch Special Show  
 
 Interview
 Professor David Stork, Byrd
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David G. Stork is a Consulting Professor of Statistics in Stanford University's Department of Statistics and Chief Scientist of Ricoh Innovations in Menlo Park. He is a graduate in physics of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Maryland at College Park, studied art history at Wellesley College and was Artist-in-Residence through the New York State Council of the Arts. He is a Fellow of the International Association for Pattern Recognition, "For contributions to pattern recognition education, machine learning, speech recognition, and the application of computer vision to the study of art" and Chair of its Technical Committee on Computer Vision in Cultural Heritage Applications. He has published six books/proceedings volumes and has another in production, including Seeing the Light: Optics in nature, photography, color, vision and holography (Wiley), the leading textbook on optics in the arts, Computer image analysis in the study of art (SPIE), the first volume in this discipline, Computer vision and image analysis in the study of art (forthcoming), Pattern Classification (2nd ed., Wiley), the world's all-time best-selling textbook in the field, translated into three languages and used in courses in over 250 universites worldwide, and HAL's Legacy: 2001's computer as dream and reality (MIT), the source of his PBS television documentary 2001: HAL's Legacy. As a World-Leading Expert in Computer Image Analysis of Art, his works takes him around the world. Although he is often on a plane or in an airport (his frequent flyer miles are seven digits) Professor Stork was kind enough to come to KZSU to play some of his favorite musical selections and to talk on the Lunch Special Show. His web site is http://www-stat.stanford.edu/people/faculty/stork/index.html
Artist / Track / Album/Label
John Adams / Short Ride in a Fast Machine / The Chairman Cances/ Elektra/Nonesuch
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young / Woodstock / Crosby,Stills & Nash/ Atlantic
The Ensemble Vocal Audite Nova De Paris/ In Paradisum / Durufle Requiem
John Coltrane / Giants Steps / Best of John Coltrane / Rhino
Glenn Gould / Suite #5 & #6 / Bach - The French Suites / CBS Masterworks
Anonymous 4 / Intonent Hodie / Legends of St. Nicholas / Harmonia Mundi
Anonymos 4 / Exultemus et Letemur / Legends of St. Nicholas / Harmonia Mundi
The Who / Love Ain't For Keeping

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00:58:58 English 2009-11-02
 KZSU Stanford University Radio Station, 90.1 FM kzsu.stanford.edu
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