What Is CMU AI?
Artificial intelligence means many things to many people. But at Carnegie Mellon — the place where AI was invented more than half a century ago — we understand that we have an obligation to study and create new frontiers in AI. We don't take that obligation lightly.
CMU AI unites our interdisciplinary artificial intelligence research and education efforts to create an AI strategy for the planet. To pioneer ways to make AI safe. To create the operating system of autonomy. It establishes the critical mass of brilliant human minds, state-of-the-art research facilities and financial resources necessary to create technologies that will change the world for the better.
To learn more about our efforts, watch the video from our first all-hands CMU AI meeting in November.
CMU AI unites students, faculty and staff from all areas of the university to create the largest, most experienced group of AI researchers in the world.
Our students work closely with faculty to tackle the AI challenges facing the world, in topics ranging from speech recognition to human-computer interaction.
We collaborate with some of the biggest names in AI research — technical companies, non-profits and other universities. We'd love to work with you, too.
We're using AI to make the planet safer and healthier, but we can't do it without the best people and resources. You can help us.