Hoffman-Yee Research Grants
The Hoffman-Yee Research Grants are designed to fund interdisciplinary teams with research spanning HAI’s key areas of focus: understanding the human and societal impact of AI, augmenting human capabilities, and developing AI technologies inspired by human intelligence. These grants are made possible by a gift from philanthropists Reid Hoffman and Michelle Yee.
Six Stanford research teams have received funding to solve some of the most challenging problems in the field of AI. Learn more about their research and the 2022 Hoffman-Yee Research Grant recipients.
Read more about the $2.75 million in funding awarded to research teams
focused on solving some of the most challenging problems in the field of AI.
2021 Grant Recipient Projects
AI Tutors to Help Prepare Students for the 21st-Century Workforce
An AI "Time Machine" for Investigating the History of Concepts
Intelligent Wearable Robotic Devices for Augmenting Human Locomotion
Curious, Self-Aware AI Agents to Build Cognitive Models and Understand Development Disorders
In September 2021, Stanford HAI held the Hoffman-Yee Symposium for inaugural recipients of Hoffman-Yee Research Grants to present their research results to date and plans for the future.
From the HAI Blog
The second round of funding will sponsor teams that leverage AI to focus on real-world problems in health care,...
An AI-based robotics system can predict and prevent falls in high-risk populations.
Next Call for Proposals will be in 2024
For the selection criteria and eligibility, see the Call for Proposals or view the complete list of inaugural grant recipients. For any questions related to grants, please email email@example.com.
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