Centers and Institutes

In 2023, two new university entities launched as part of Emory’s AI.Humanity initiative. In 2024, Emory joined two external consortiums focused on developing and deploying technology in service to society. These partnerships, backed by the Office of the Provost, significantly broaden the scope of AI-focused research, education, and community engagement at Emory.

To learn more about faculty scholarship related to AI in business, law and social justice, liberal arts, ethics, and other initiative focus areas, visit the AI.Humanity faculty directory.

Emory Center for AI Learning

The Center for Artificial Intelligence Learning promotes AI literacy across all units of the campus and provides co-curricular learning opportunities that equip the Emory community with the skills needed to thrive in a technology-focused future. The center's offerings fall under four pillars: skill-building, support services, experiential learning and community building.

Visit the Center for AI Learning Website
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Emory Empathetic AI for Health Institute

The Empathetic Al for Health Institute (AI.Health) harnesses the power of machine learning and big data to transform the ways in which health care systems prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure diseases. The institute fosters development of cost-effective, accessible AI tools, then serves as a translational engine to get those tools commercialized and into clinical settings where they can help patients.

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Atlanta Collegiate Entrepreneurship Syndicate

Emory University has joined a consortium of local universities that will help the City of Atlanta’s Office of Technology and Innovation define metrics that signal a robust technology ecosystem and implement initiatives to grow that ecosystem. Emory will play a key role in using artificial intelligence (AI) to enable entrepreneurship and pave the way to making Atlanta one of the top five technology hubs in the country.

Learn more about the Atlanta Collegiate Entrepreneurship Syndicate
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U.S. AI Safety Institute Consortium

Emory is collaborating with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute Consortium to develop science-based and empirically backed guidelines and standards for AI measurement and policy, laying the foundation for AI safety across the world. This will help ready the U.S. to address the capabilities of the next generation of AI models or systems, from frontier models to new applications and approaches, with appropriate risk management strategies. NIST does not evaluate commercial products under this Consortium and does not endorse any product or service used.

Learn more about the U.S. AI Safety Institute Consortium