Intel® Student Developer Program

for Artificial Intelligence

Are you a motivated machine learning student? Or a professor with an innovative student who is pushing the boundaries in an artificial intelligence class?

Beginning in the fall of 2016, Intel will offer to participating universities exclusive access to newly optimized frameworks and technologies, hands-on training, and workshops for students, data scientists and developers.

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Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors

We urge students at the graduate or PhD level to participate in the program as potential student ambassadors. Those at the undergraduate level are encouraged to take part in university clubs and sponsored workshops.

Become or Nominate a Student Ambassador

University Clubs

University Clubs

Engage with us through local university clubs for additional events, training with speakers, projects, and more, from experts and fellow students.

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Intel® AI Academy Workshops

Intel® AI Academy Workshops

Attend exclusive workshops sponsored by Intel at your university. Receive training from industry experts on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning with Intel® architecture.

Remote Access

Remote Access

As a participating student, you get access to a cluster of servers (hosted remotely) that are running optimized machine learning frameworks and libraries from Intel. 

Featured Student Ambassador - Stanford University

DAN ITER


Dan Iter is a graduate student at Stanford University where his focus is on machine learning and databases. His current research includes methods for combining generative and discriminative models, deep learning optimization, and information extraction. He is also passionate about applying machine learning to real-world problems, especially in non-technical fields.

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