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About AI@NU

At the heart of Northwestern is a spirit of collaboration. Northwestern researchers are always inquisitive and actively interdisciplinary. So it is within artificial intelligence, where Northwestern researchers, faculty, and students are engaged in pushing the boundaries of the science of artificial intelligence and in using artificial intelligence to explore the frontiers of science, engineering, and societal impacts. AI@NU is diversified and multifaceted, consisting of many initiatives across multiple schools and a dynamic community of researchers and practitioners, which can apply the technology across a spectrum of opportunities.


Facts & Figures

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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Collaboration

Collaboration

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

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Education

Education

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

News

Events

AI and Its Impact Series

Researchers from across Northwestern and invited external experts discuss AI-related research already underway at Northwestern and inspire further research and collaboration within and across fields.

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