A planetary computer for Earth
We are building a global environmental network, empowering organizations and individuals working to advance sustainability. Together, we’re solving some of today’s toughest environmental challenges.
AI for Earth grants
AI for Earth awards grants to support projects that change the way people and organizations monitor, model, and ultimately manage natural systems.
Supporting the response to COVID-19
Given the urgent focus around the world, we are mobilizing our AI for Health initiative to help those on the front lines of research of COVID-19.
Unlocking innovations to address tough issues
AI for Health is a program focused on gathering and sharing data to speed up innovation and address difficult health issues. We seek to empower researchers around the world to have a greater impact on the people who need it most.
A new way of seeing
Seeing AI is a research project utilizing AI technology to help the low vision community better see the world around them.
Apply for a grant
Our program awards grants to individuals and organizations working to cultivate intelligent experiences for people with disabilities.
Supporting solutions for vulnerable communities and people
We offer grants, expertise, and technology access to the humanitarian organizations and nonprofits that are working to solve global challenges with innovative AI.
Operation Smile gives hope to more children
Nonprofit partner Operation Smile uses a facial modeling algorithm and Microsoft Pix to improve their surgical outcomes and help more children in need of facial surgeries.
Preserving culture, language, and history
We will support specific individuals and organizations through collaboration, partnership, and investment in AI technology and resources. Together we will seek ways in which we can help to serve as a catalyst for the preservation and enrichment of cultural heritage around the world.
Celebrating priceless architecture in France
The Musée des Plans-Reliefs is bringing architecture to life using AI and mixed reality. Viewers are immersed in an experience that uses technology to recreate a vital piece of French history and culture, based on a relief map of the historic Mont-Saint-Michel.