Our vision for AI is a world where diverse perspectives, voices, and experiences unlock AI’s potential to benefit humanity.
What is AI?
There are many different definitions of AI. At AI4ALL, we think about AI as a branch of computer science that allows computers to make predictions and decisions to solve problems.
Artificial intelligence is having a huge impact on our world. You can use AI to solve problems you care about, like climate change, misleading news headlines, and disease diagnosis—though it can also be misused.
Shape the future by learning about AI today. Our programs educate high schoolers around the US and around the world.
Learn on-campus from top AI researchers at universities around North America with peers who care about solving real-world problems.
Get the tools to bring free AI education into schools and organizations in your community.
Read Maya's Story
Attending an AI4ALL program has been a life-changing experience. It has allowed me to gain confidence in my capabilities while learning more about ways that I can help others by using AI. AI4ALL is an organization that truly cares about giving young adults the tools they need to bring about change in our world.Maya D., AI4ALL Alum, High School Student
Read Kevin's Story
I knew that I wanted to do something that could help the next generations become more interested in technology and computer science. However, I did not know how to do this until I came back from the AI4ALL summer program at Carnegie Mellon University.Kevin L., AI4ALL Alum, College Student
We need diverse opinions, perspectives, and ideas in order to have equitable technology experiences. Folks of colors are dramatically missing from AI development, training, and jobs. I believe AI4ALL is instrumental in changing that.Dr. Desmond Patton, Associate Professor, Columbia University + Columbia AI4ALL Co-director
It’s more important than ever to ensure diversity in the development teams creating AI. Building AI systems is not just about businesses solving problems for others, but about populations being able to solve problems for themselves.Daniel Guillory, Head of Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Dropbox