After a highly-selective vetting process, successful applicants are paired with in-house mentors. One of the fellowship’s goals is to close the opportunity gap by giving access to AI education to students in developing countries or from low-income communities. With a combination of online courses and some on-site training, students who complete the program are equipped to lead innovation in AI.
Candidates should be seniors or college grads from Computer Science or Applied Mathematics streams with some programming experience. They should be able to commit 20 hours per week and have access to a laptop.
The candidates will be selected based on their resume, past projects, reference check and interview with our team.
Candidates will be developing skills in various domains including: Building intelligent agents (search, games, logic, constraint satisfaction problems), Machine Learning algorithms, Applications of AI (Natural Language Processing, Robotics/Computer Vision).