Apply for AI Grant

Get $2,500 for your AI project. Apply by April 14th, 2018 at 11:59 PM PDT.

The application consists of the questions below, followed by a 30-minute experimental assessment. [?]

Basics
About you
Tell us a little about yourself
Please link to all the interesting projects you've built to date, one per line. These can be software, hardware, organizations you've started, etc. Anything you've done that you're proud of.
If you are employed, who is your employer? Will they allow you to open source your work? If you're not employed, tell us a little about your situation (where do you work/study, etc).
Online presence
All fields in this section are optional. Online profiles help us develop a well-rounded image of an applicant.
Teammates
Teammate #1
Basics
About you
Tell us a little about yourself
Please link to all the interesting projects you've built to date, one per line. These can be software, hardware, organizations you've started, etc. Anything you've done that you're proud of.
If you are employed, who is your employer? Will they allow you to open source your work? If you're not employed, tell us a little about your situation (where do you work/study, etc).
Online presence
All fields in this section are optional. Online profiles help us develop a well-rounded image of an applicant.
Teammate #2
Basics
About you
Tell us a little about yourself
Please link to all the interesting projects you've built to date, one per line. These can be software, hardware, organizations you've started, etc. Anything you've done that you're proud of.
If you are employed, who is your employer? Will they allow you to open source your work? If you're not employed, tell us a little about your situation (where do you work/study, etc).
Online presence
All fields in this section are optional. Online profiles help us develop a well-rounded image of an applicant.
Teammate #3
Basics
About you
Tell us a little about yourself
Please link to all the interesting projects you've built to date, one per line. These can be software, hardware, organizations you've started, etc. Anything you've done that you're proud of.
If you are employed, who is your employer? Will they allow you to open source your work? If you're not employed, tell us a little about your situation (where do you work/study, etc).
Online presence
All fields in this section are optional. Online profiles help us develop a well-rounded image of an applicant.
Teammate #4
Basics
About you
Tell us a little about yourself
Please link to all the interesting projects you've built to date, one per line. These can be software, hardware, organizations you've started, etc. Anything you've done that you're proud of.
If you are employed, who is your employer? Will they allow you to open source your work? If you're not employed, tell us a little about your situation (where do you work/study, etc).
Online presence
All fields in this section are optional. Online profiles help us develop a well-rounded image of an applicant.
Your project
Select the category (or categories) that best apply to your project.
Describe your project in simple words, like you would to a friend.
Describe your project, including: where you got the idea, how you think others might use it, and how it is new/different/better than what already exists. This is the main answer we use to judge applications.
How long do you expect your project to take? Sketch out a couple of milestones along the way that you can use to measure your progress. This can be rough.
What problem are you solving? How is it currently solved? Why will your solution be better?
Be as detailed as possible.