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Grant Programs

The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI  strives to foster a culture of interdisciplinary AI research in which technological advancements are inextricably linked to research about their potential societal impacts. HAI builds on the strength of Stanford research by offering multiple grant programs.

Grant Programs and Guidelines

Call for Hoffman-Yee Proposals

Designed to address significant scientific, technical, or societal challenges; are bold and have the potential to transform the future of AI

Azure Cloud Credit Proposals

Emerging research that requires advanced computational resources provided by the commercial cloud

HAI Seed Grants

Designed to support new, ambitious, and speculative ideas with the objective of getting initial results serving as a foundation for future research

Google Cloud Credit Grants

Aimed at supporting novel or emerging research that requires advanced computational resources provided by Google Cloud

AWS Cloud Credit Grants

Aimed at supporting novel or emerging research that requires advanced computational resources provided by AWS

HAI/AIMI Partnership Grant

Designed to support new, ambitious, and high-impact ideas that reimagine healthcare and health outcomes using artificial intelligence

Precourt Institute for Energy Grants

Aimed at tackling urgent and important problems at the cross-section of energy and AI that are underdeveloped relative to other areas at Stanford

As of 2020, the HAI grant programs have supported over 240 faculty members from all seven Stanford schools. The grant projects span multiple departments.

A graph illustrating the numbers of funded faculty team membersA graph illustrating the number of projects across multiple departments

 

For any questions related to the Stanford Institute for Human Centered Artificial Intelligence grant programs, please contact us at hai-grants@lists.stanford.edu.