The University of Washington’s, Taskar Center for Accessible Technology invites students from traditionally underrepresented groups to join us for a free, 2-week data science and artificial intelligence introductory workshop. To be eligible for the program, students must be rising high school juniors, high school seniors, or college freshmen. At the workshop, students will learn how to understand, analyze, interpret and discuss real-world applications of data science and machine learning with the ultimate goal of understanding impactful technology decisions.

This program teaches the fundamentals of machine learning in a small-forum, providing possibilities for students to discuss and practice in small group contexts. We focus our anti-bias in AI teachings on non-ableist AI, bringing a disability studies lens to interrogate bias and fairness in AI.

With any inquiries regarding the AI4ALL@UW program, please email

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