Harvard Student Leaders in AI is a student-led initiative bringing Harvard University students together to share their curiosity, interest, and expertise related to artificial intelligence. With the guidance of faculty and staff, this program will connect students from a range of Harvard schools and backgrounds, creating an interdisciplinary space where individual ideas related to AI development, policy, and ethics can be shared. This student-run program is supported by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.
Members of the program will have the opportunity to participate in biweekly seminars, meet industry leaders, and publish short Op-Eds. No specific prior experience with AI is required, but we are looking for students with demonstrated interest. Our objective is to create a diverse cohort of students with technical, policy, medical, sociological, legal, and creative experience — to only name a few!
What it will look like
Key features of the program:
Biweekly seminars (with dinner provided) @ the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society (Wednesdays 6:15pm-8:00pm, starting February 8th)
Students will have the opportunity to meet, engage with, and learn from key faculty and industry leaders in the AI space
Each student will publish a short Op-Ed about a facet of AI development that is of personal interest
The program will run throughout the Spring term. The 2023 cohort will be finalized in February, with the first seminar meeting scheduled for February 8th.