Showcasing CMU’s women in AI research across the career continuum
Carnegie Mellon University has shaped artificial intelligence (AI) from the field’s very beginning. Today, researchers from all seven colleges across CMU continue to define AI as the next frontier in human progress and are working to help solve problems in areas from healthcare to education.
Because of the interdisciplinary campus culture, CMU is a place where women are thriving in the field of AI, even though they are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) across the globe.
CMU’s women in AI — from undergraduate students to distinguished faculty members — discuss their research, its impact and their future in the world of AI.