AI Skills Initiative
The AI Skills Initiative helps people and communities everywhere learn how to harness the power of AI. The initiative includes free coursework developed with LinkedIn; a global challenge in coordination with data.org; and greater access to resources for everyone to improve their AI fluency.
AI Explained virtual community events
Microsoft hosted a series of virtual community events to help explain the fundamentals of generative AI and explore how it is helping people create, solve complex problems, and benefit their communities. Available now on-demand in 11 languages.
Generative AI learning pathway
A learning pathway in generative AI empowers learners with introductory AI skills and enables them to earn a professional certificate. New Generative AI with Copilot in Bing course is also available.
Explore the potential of AI
Microsoft Learn introduces a new course designed to help educators confidently navigate the world of AI in education. The content covers essential AI concepts, techniques, and tools, and highlights practical applications to enhance teaching and learning experiences.
Enhancing teaching with Bing Chat
This course is designed to help educators understand how to use Bing Chat in teaching and learning. Educators who complete this course will explore several styles and features of Bing Chat and learn to design prompts and images. Educators will also learn to critically evaluate chat responses.
AI Guidance for Schools Toolkit
TeachAI has created a toolkit to help education authorities, school leaders, and teachers create thoughtful guidance to help their communities realize the potential benefits of incorporating AI in primary and secondary education while understanding and mitigating the potential risks.
Generative AI is simplifying our everyday. Learn how it works, what it can do, and how you can use it to unleash your creativity, unlock more productivity, and uplevel your skills.
Microsoft is committed to a practice of responsible AI by design, guided by a core set of principles: fairness, reliability and safety, privacy and security, inclusiveness, transparency, and accountability.
Microsoft’s approach to AI
You might not realize it, but you probably use artificial intelligence (AI) every day. AI is everywhere, and it’s constantly changing how we work and play. Explore how AI is helping people create, solve complex problems, and benefit their communities.
AI training program helps close the gender gap
The Microsoft AI School by Simplon is part of Microsoft’s efforts to bring more diversity to the digital workforce and to fill significant labor and gender gaps.