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HAI/Accelerator for Learning Partnership Grant

Generative AI for the Future of Learning

The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence and the Stanford Accelerator for Learning invite proposals for designs and/or studies that explore how generative AI can be applied in novel ways to support learning or investigate critical issues in learning contexts. Faculty, academic staff, postdocs, and students from across the university are invited to apply. 

  • Seed grant awards will range from $5,000 to $100,000
  • Proposals are due March 1, 2023.

Generative AI, or artificial intelligence that can generate novel content through text, audio files, or images, has reached a tipping point where it can produce high-quality output that can support many different kinds of tasks. For example, ChatGPT can write essays and code, DALL-E can create images and art, while other forms of generative AI can produce recipes, music, and videos. These new forms of generative AI have the capacity to change how we think, create, teach, and also learn. They may also change our perspective on what is important to learn.

In the future, we expect Stanford will be a hub for generative AI-based research and solutions that are scalable. This seed grant will fund early and exploratory stages of this work, such as designs, prototypes, and pilot studies that may have the potential to scale or have broad impact in the future. Proposals may target any type of learner (e.g., worker, student, teacher, family) in any setting (e.g., workplaces, museums, classrooms, homes).

View the Call for Proposals and Apply Here!