2019 Hoffman-Yee Research Grants
The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI (HAI) is seeking to fund interdisciplinary Stanford project teams in support of the HAI research vision (Human impact, Augmenting human capabilities, and Intelligence). Each of the approximately six winning teams in year one will receive up to $500,000 with the opportunity to be one of up to three teams that receive up to $2 million more over the following two years. Proposals should address significant scientific, technical, or societal challenges requiring an interdisciplinary team to make significant progress. We are looking for bold approaches with the potential of achieving lasting, high-impact solutions. HAI hopes to foster a culture of AI research in which technological advancements are inextricably linked to research about their potential societal impacts.
AWS Cloud Credit Grants
HAI offers researchers the opportunity to submit proposals to receive up to $100,000 per year of credits to be used on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud in support of the HAI research vision (AI: Human impact, Augmenting human capabilities, and studying Intelligence). Credits are intended to be used to advance promising, novel, or emerging research that requires advanced computational resources provided by the commercial cloud. Proposals are accepted and approved on a rolling basis.
(Deadline Passed) 2019 HAI Seed Grant Call for Proposals
HAI is pleased to announce its second seed grant call for proposals. We will award up to 25 grants of up to $75,000 each. This call for proposals aims to support innovative and interdisciplinary seed research in Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. Proposals should be for support of new, ambitious, and speculative ideas with the objective of getting initial results and should be distinct from existing sponsored research. We encourage proposals that involve collaborations of faculty and students across different fields, with a preference for supporting AI-related research bridging two or more Departments and/or Schools and for the advancement of a human-centered focus. The application deadline was December 15, 2018. Successful applicants will be notified in March 2019.