Diverse and Inclusive Workforce
We believe AI provides a powerful set of tools that everyone should have access to in our fast-changing world. Diversity of perspectives and voices will unlock AI’s potential to benefit humanity.
When people of all identities and backgrounds work together to build AI systems, the results better reflect society at large. Diverse perspectives yield more innovative, human-centered, and ethical products and systems.
More Tools for Social Good
Applied to our most pressing social problems, AI can improve the human experience. When we expand our definition of who can be an AI maker, the resulting systems and products are more creative, more powerful, and solve a broader range of problems.
Better Business Results
Diversity in tech adds tremendous economic value and drives innovation. Companies that embrace this will tap into a deep well of creative talent that can increase their revenue, improve their products, and drive significant return on investment.
How We’re Making This Vision Reality
We Build Skills
Our students learn AI fundamentals, then apply them to solve the societal problems they see in deeply innovative ways.
We Open Doors
We connect a global community of students with prominent researchers, institutions, and organizations, paving the way for them to build the most powerful network of all: Their own.
We Create Leaders
We grow the inventors, pioneers, and visionaries who will ensure AI becomes a tool for social good.
Watch Stephanie’s Story
Becoming part of the AI4ALL community has given me the strength and power to continue following my dreams and aspirations regardless of the obstacles I have to face.Stephanie T., Stanford AI4ALL 2017 Alum, High School Student
The Change We’re Making Today
Through our summer programs, Open Learning program, and alumni program, we’re already making an impact on the future of artificial intelligence. Our programs serve young people who belong to groups underrepresented in AI.
Alumni feel part of a community in AI and computer science
Alumni have started their own AI/CS projects
Alumni feel the AI field could benefit from their perspective