AI4ALL Research & News

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AI4ALL: Diversifying the Future of Artificial Intelligence

Fei-Fei Li, Sequoia Professor in Computer Science, co-founder of AI4ALL, and co-director of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), reflects on the progress of AI4ALL since its start at Stanford in 2015. Read the full article from HAI.
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Throwback to Summer with These Top Middle School Scientists

Stanford AI4ALL alumna Asmi Kumar was featured in a blog post from the Society for Science & the Public.
2019 Stanford AI4ALL Students

My Experience at AI4ALL: More Than a Summer Camp

Alyssa Ho wrote a reflection in the Los Angeles Times about her experience at the 2019 Stanford AI4ALL program. 
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There's a Massive Gender Gap in AI, but Tech Education Programs for Young Girls Aim to Close It

Stanford AI4ALL is featured in this Entrepreneur article highlighting efforts to close the gender gap in AI. 
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High school girls and artificial intelligence research

Stephanie Tena, a Stanford AI4ALL '17 alum, was recently profiled in The Atlantic in a piece examining the critical need for greater gender diversity in computer science.
A group of Stanford AI4ALL alumnae enjoy a banquet and watch a slideshow of the past few years of the program.

Stanford AI4ALL alumna starts girls-centered hackathon

Catherine Yeo, a student of Stanford Online High School & an AI4ALL alumna, started a hackathon to address the gender disparity in computer science culture. 
Participants hold and examine a drone during Stanford AI4ALL.

AI4ALL and preparing for the future of work

Stanford AI4ALL was mentioned as part of a broader trend of exposing students to technology. Read the full article about our students featured on Education Week.
Researchers test out a self-driving car as Stanford AI4ALL participants watch on.

Stanford AI4ALL, formerly SAILORS, launches in Summer 2018

Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program (SAILORS) for young women in computer science is being renamed to Stanford AI4ALL.
Professor Fei-Fei Li speaks to a group of young women during a research demonstration for Stanford AI4ALL.

Stanford University's Artificial Intelligence Summer Camp Expands the World of Computer Science

EdTech Magazine highlights Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's Outreach Summer program for 10th-grade girls & its efforts to promote women in technology.
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Towards More Gender Diversity in CS through an Artificial Intelligence Summer Program for High School Girls

The field of computer science suffers from a lack of diversity. The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer (SAILORS, now Stanford AI4ALL), a two-week non-residential free summer program, recruits high school girls to computer science, specifically to Artificial Intelligence (AI). The program was organized by graduate student and professor volunteers.