AI SCHOLARS 2019

A pre-college INTENSIVE in artificial intelligence

AI Scholars is an experiential AI program for high school students globally.

Developed and taught by Stanford Alumni and Graduate Students

 
 
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OUR MISSION:

INSPIRE.

AI Scholars inspires curious high school students globally by exposing them to the defining technology of our times: Artificial Intelligence. AI is already present everywhere: in our voice-activated devices, smartphone face recognition systems, and autonomous vehicles. The potential to apply this technology for good is limitless.

This program, developed and taught exclusively by a team of alumni and graduate students from Stanford, provides guidance on initiating AI projects, pursuing AI ventures, and preparing for college. Click here to learn more about the program.

 

When and where?

Dubai, Winter Program, Emirates Academy, Dubai
December 15th - December 23rd
8am - 12 Noon or
1:30pm - 5:30pm

Palo Alto, Winter Program
December 27th - 30th and January 2nd - 4th
9am - 1pm

Learn more about the program structure
here.

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Meet the Team

The founding team and faculty consist of academic experts and industry professionals with research and entrepreneurial expertise in AI from Stanford University.

 

Why join?

Start or advance your journey in AI through a pre-college AI bootcamp for high school students globally.

Learn from Stanford alumni and graduate students specializing in AI, who travel to the school locations to teach.

Collaborate with a mentor on a socially impactful AI project and receive guidance on pursuing AI careers and ventures.

Prepare for college applications through experiential workshops from Stanford students and alumni on communicating your unique story.

 

Who is it for?

High school students from Grades 9 to 12

No programming background required, though an interest in AI is appreciated.

Students with prior programming experience will be placed in an advanced batch.

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Core Technologies Covered

 
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COMPUTER VISION

Computers can now understand the visual world around us. This has powered transformative technologies such as self-driving cars and facial recognition. We’ll study the underlying methods.

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RECOMMENDATION SYSTEMS

Netflix and Spotify are able to find patterns in large datasets to suggest the best movies or songs for you. How do they design these powerful recommendation systems?

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NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

Alexa and Siri are able to converse with us and answer our questions. Language translation has made the world a smaller place. What's the science behind making machines understand words?

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DEEP LEARNING

Deep learning has led to vast improvements in analysis of unstructured data including images, videos, and text to create powerful AI applications. How do we use this technology for the benefit of humanity?

 
 
Artificial Intelligence is probably the most important thing humanity has ever worked on.
— Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google
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