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About AI@NU

AI@NU is a community of researchers, educators, and students across Northwestern advancing artificial intelligence in theory and practice.


Through interdisciplinary collaborations and innovative AI endeavors within many fields, we advance ethical, visionary research and pedagogy that empowers individuals, organizations, and society.


We stimulate conversation, foster connections, and cultivate opportunities to develop and evolve Northwestern as a local, national, and international hub for AI expertise.

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Setting ourselves apart

200+faculty actively engaged in AI work

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8Northwestern schools are engaged in AI work

Feinberg, Kellogg, McCormick, Weinberg, Pritzker, Medill, SESP, and Communication

11educational programs

undergraduate and graduate study as well as professional and executive education

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What we do

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Research & Applications

Research & Applications

Work related to artificial intelligence (AI) at Northwestern includes research in core areas, but reaches far beyond. We take a 360 degree view by applying AI to diverse and interdisciplinary fields, developing new applications using AI, studying the impact that AI has on society, and educating the next generation in the creation and use of AI.

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View current collaborations at Northwestern — including many through our centers and institutes — and learn how you can partner with us.

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Explore how we educate the next generation in the theory, practice, and impact of AI through undergraduate and graduate programs along with programs for professionals and executives.

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News & Events


How ChatGPT Has, and Will Continue to, Transform Scientific Research

ChatGPT has also caught the attention of professionals across fields, including academia, healthcare and scientific research. In an anonymous Twitter poll administered to Feinberg faculty, staff and students on February 13, almost 50 percent of respondents said that ChatGPT could “prove useful” in their own work and lives.

Celebrating Feinberg’s 2023 Match Day

Residency matches are made by the National Resident Matching Program, which utilizes an algorithm to pair graduating medical students with open training positions at teaching hospitals across the U.S.


NICO Reading Group - Weekly Thursday Meeting

March 23
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

NICO Reading Group - Weekly Thursday Meeting

March 30
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Colloquium: Jesse Thaler: "Particle Physics through the Lens of M...

March 31
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CS Seminar: AI for Scientists: Accelerating Discovery through Kno...

April 3
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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