In November of 2016 we announced the Intel® AI Academy for Students, created to work collaboratively with students at innovative schools and universities doing great work in the Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence space. As part of this program we also announced the Intel® Student Ambassador Program for AI, an exciting new program for university students to engage with Intel around their work in Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
The Student Ambassador Program is a developer affinity program, designed to assist student experts in telling their story and share their expertise with other student data scientists and developers. Intel is working with universities across the globe to introduce this program. Those students invited into the program as Student Ambassadors are provided technical support, resources, and marketing to advance their own work through Intel software, tools, and hardware. This program is primarily targeted toward graduate students; however, undergrads and PhD students can apply should they have the combined education, skill and time to fulfill program requirements (note: this program does not provide a college internship with Intel, nor does it provide placement for employment with Intel).
The Student Ambassador Program offers many benefits for the select students who are invited into the program. These benefits include:
Student Ambassadors will continue in their role as long as the student is able to and desires to continue as a Student Ambassador or upon their graduation, whichever comes first. During their time as a Student Ambassador, each is expected to complete the following:
For students or faculty interested in the Student Ambassador Program, there are multiple ways to engage with Intel and get involved:
Intel is also able to support and sponsor student clubs at universities. With this program Intel is able to provide sponsorship funds to select university clubs. Sponsorship funds help support a club's cost for meetings and gatherings, in exchange for the club discussing and sharing information about Intel's support of Artificial Intelligence. Select clubs will be provided with an AI training kit, including content and documentation to share and discuss during their meetings and gatherings. Select university clubs will be prioritized for guest speakerships by Intel or associated partners as resources are available. Those interested in being evaluated as an Intel Student Program University Club can submit information for candidacy here.
Intel is excited about the opportunity to work and engage directly with students who are shaping and advancing new work and use cases for Artificial Intelligence via campus workshops, Student Ambassadors, and University Clubs. Our aim is to provide students and developers the resources and opportunity to have a voice and influence in driving AI forward. Learn more on the Intel Student Ambassador site, check out the AI projects on Mesh, or contact Niven Singh, Intel's Student Community Manager directly for more information.
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