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Corporate Members Program

Stanford HAI is actively seeking engagement with companies that share our mission to advance AI research, education, policy, and practice to improve the human condition.  Such engagement complements our collaboration with other stakeholders, including academia, policymakers, public sector entities, and NGOs.

Financial support and real-world insights from corporate members help ensure that the Institute has the resources needed to pursue innovative, interdisciplinary research to address the most critical questions about the future of AI and its development.

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Founding Corporate Members

As HAI’s Corporate Members Program continues to expand, we welcome new members from all sectors. The Institute gratefully acknowledges the contributions of its Founding Corporate Members (listed alphabetically):

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In-Kind Support


Program Description & Benefits

Gifts from Corporate Members will be used to assist and advance the mission of Stanford HAI—propelling our agenda and priorities supporting faculty and fellows; graduate students and postdocs; fundamental and applied research; data sets and compute resources; reports and position papers; and events that convene stakeholders from across sectors.

In recognition of their support, Corporate Members are invited to attend semi-annual HAI corporate advisory meetings, receive briefings on AI policy and regulatory research, and participate in annual presentations of research results by HAI affiliated faculty and students. Additional invitations include executive briefings, conferences, seminars, and workshops, and opportunities to send Visiting Scholars to Stanford. Founding Corporate Members are acknowledged at the Institute's major public events.

Our Giving & Research Policies

Stanford HAI strictly adheres to  Stanford University’s commitment to openness in research. Learn more about Stanford's policy on conduct of research.

In addition, please reference our statements on HAI’s commitment to independence, and to transparency around our values and our fundraising policy


For more information, please contact Panos Madamopoulos, Managing Director of Industry Programs and Partnerships, Stanford HAI.