A common question we get at Stanford HAI is “How can I get involved?” In general, an institute or center brings people together in three ways: interdisciplinary research projects, training opportunities (at all levels) and sharing research infrastructure. Learn more about Stanford HAI Engagement and the specific opportunities in each area below.
Stanford HAI supports a wide variety of learning opportunities for Stanford students, faculty, and staff. HAI also offers an array of programs for external audiences in industry, government, and more to gain expertise in the realm of AI and its implications for business, policy, and society. Learn more about what is available to the Stanford community and external audiences through Stanford HAI Education.
Our vision for the future is led by our commitment to studying, guiding and developing human-centered AI technologies and applications. Learn more about HAI's three research areas, the funding opportunities, fellowship programs and more available through Stanford HAI Research.
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Share Your Research: HAI’s blog and newsletter reach tens of thousands of readers every week. We invite you to share your AI-related research with us so we can feature your work on our blog, in social media, or in our weekly seminars by contacting Shana Lynch. If you’re interested in promoting your research to media outside of Stanford, contact Stacy Pena.
Participation in HAI’s corporate membership programs, including HAI’s Founding Members and Corporate Affiliate Programs, provides faculty with the opportunity to secure funding, data, industry collaborators, or other research support. In addition, we invite faculty to present at our monthly Executive Breakfast Series and other corporate-facing events. We also seek partnerships with outside organizations. Learn more about the Corporate Programs.
AI is at the top of the agenda for policymakers in Washington and around the world. HAI regularly organizes workshops with academia, civil society, government and industry stakeholders, briefings for policymakers, and other policy research and engagement activities. Learn more about the role Stanford HAI Policy plays not only in producing critical scholarship on AI governance and appropriate uses, but also by serving as a convener of national and global discussions.
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