Promote • Inform • Organize


Promote • Inform • Organize

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seemingly everywhere these days, and Penn State University is no exception.  Penn State people work on advancing the science of AI, applying AI to important problems, and thinking about the implications of AI in our classrooms and our communities.  Funded by Penn State’s Office of the Senior Vice President for Research, the AI Hub is a forum for promoting these activities to inform multiple audiences about this work, thereby energizing organization across our University community.

AI at Pennsylvania's Land Grant Institution

The first college catalog of Farmers’ High School, precursor to Penn State University, promoted “a system … to emphasize scientific instruction, and to develop to the fullest extent possible those departments of all science which have a practical or theoretical bearing upon agriculture and agricultural interest.”  More than 160 years later, Penn State is not only a land grant, but also a sea grant, lead space grant, and host sun grant institution—one of only three universities in the United States with all these designations. Penn State’s AI Hub emphasizes our university’s role in advancing the science of Artificial Intelligence and its practical or theoretical bearing upon our world and beyond.

Assertively Inclusive

Penn State’s breadth is among its greatest assets, and it presents a challenge.  In support of a community that is greater than the sum of its parts, the AI Hub will actively seek to leverage the diversity of people, locations, and ideas across our many campuses and offices.

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