Participate in AI for Good projects
Learn about opportunities to participate in meaningful AI projects as a citizen scientist. Donate your computing time, label data, explore open data, identify images, and more.
Zooniverse engages people in science with crowd-based research projects. More than 350 projects have relied on over two million volunteers across astronomy, ecology, biomedicine, and more. Help with data labeling, deciphering old documents, finding images of animals, and more.
AI can create simulations to find COVID-19 protein folding patterns. But finding the vast number of variants takes enormous capacity: Over 4 million Folding@home volunteers contribute collective compute power that is faster than the world's top supercomputers. Learn how you can contribute your computing power.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Open Access
Whether you're an artist or a designer, an educator or a student, a professional or a hobbyist, Open Access at The Met shares more than half a million images of artworks to use, share, and remix. AI-powered tools can help build connections between art with visual search and labeling.
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)
HOT works to improve mapping of areas vulnerable to natural disaster and poverty. Volunteers are critical to filling in missing local information: When an earthquake struck Nepal in 2015, 600,000 homes were destroyed. HOT quickly responded with 4000 volunteers to help map the affected area.
Transportation Data Equity Initiative (TDE) was created by The Taskar Center and Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs. Their OpenSidewalks framework collects urban mobility data and develops tools that empower more inclusive futures. Work with a team to collect community data, support fair data guidelines, and participate in testing.
The Planetary Computer combines a multi-petabyte catalog of open global environmental data with intuitive APIs, a flexible scientific environment that allows users to answer global questions about that data, and applications that put those answers in the hands of conservation stakeholders.
Humans and AI
Creative solutions to global challenges start with creative people. Meet passionate people from all walks of life who are putting AI into action to transform our world.
In times of crises, resilience is found at the intersection of science, technology, and human ingenuity. Discover the people and ideas that are helping us overcome the pandemic and emerge more resilient than ever.
AI for Good
We provide resources and grants to organizations using the power of AI in projects that benefit the environment, health care, accessibility, cultural heritage, and humanitarian action.
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