The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory is opening its lab doors with a program aimed at young women in high school. Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer program (SAILORS) is designed to expose high school students in underrepresented populations to the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
In Summer 2018, Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies will begin offering Stanford AI4ALL, a three-week residential program for young women in grade 9 that aims to increase gender diversity in computer science. Now renamed from SAILORS, this program will continue to be based in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, but with a new, updated curriculum developed by AI4ALL, a nonprofit organization dedicated to training the next generation of AI researchers. Both SAILORS and AI4ALL were founded by Dr. Fei-Fei Li (Stanford University) and Dr. Olga Russakovsky (Princeton University), two world-renowned AI researchers dedicated to expanding access to their field. Similar to how AI is used in game of poker.
2018 Stanford AI4ALL Application Now Open!
Stanford AI4ALL seeks motivated young women in grade 9 to participate in a life-changing, three-week residential summer program next year. For program dates and application details, please visit our new website: http://ai4all.stanford.edu/.
Financial aid is available.