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Education in AI Theory, Practice, and Impact

Northwestern’s core purpose as an educational institution is evident in the artificial intelligence (AI) curriculum available to learners at many levels, from undergraduates to executive and professional education. Explore the programs and variety of focus areas in the Education section.

Northwestern researchers are also looking to develop new learning methods and pathways utilizing artificial intelligence applications, and to provide opportunities for students to apply and explore their AI skillsets.

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Featured Research

Data in Motion Project

Segueing Students' Interest in Sports into an Interest in STEM and AI

Learn more about the Data in Motion project that helps students make connections between sports and technology and data analytics, showing them ways they can improve on field through their simultaneous understanding of STEM and CS concepts.

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CS+Law Innovation Lab

Connecting Computer Science and Law

The CS+Law Innovation Lab class brings together computer science and law students to explore real-world legal services delivery problems.

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Knight Lab

Connecting Computer Science and Journalism

The Knight Lab is a community of designers, developers, students, and educators working on experiments designed to push journalism into new spaces.

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Training Business Leaders to Harness the Power of AI

Training Business Leaders to Harness the Power of AI

Learn about how the Kellogg School of Management is incorporating AI into their curriculum to prepare future leaders to manage teams that will harness these powerful technologies.

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