HAICU (the acronym for Human-centered AI+ by/for Colleges and Universities) is the U7+ Alliance’s AI+ Lab.
Led by academia, it aims to promote cooperation between universities and other stakeholders to ensure AI+ is envisioned, developed and used in a human-centered fashion.
Human-centered AI+ is developed and used in such a way that it enhances human well-being and capacities, at the local and international levels.
To make AI+ more human-centered, HAICU leads multistakeholder projects, conducts experiments, creates and shares best practices, and speaks publicly on core issues.
HAICU especially intends to be a leading voice for maximizing the positive impacts of AI+ on higher education and academic research, and mitigating its negative effects.
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HAICU is a U7+ Alliance Initiative
The U7+ Alliance of World Universities is the first coalition of university presidents aimed at defining concrete actions universities can take to collectively address global challenges in coordination with government leaders in G7 countries and beyond.
HAICU is a project led by
in collaboration with
Aix Marseille Université
Université Côte d'Asure
Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar - Sénégal
The University of Edinburgh
Università Degli Studi Di Napoli Federico II
Indian Institute of Technology -Bombay
University of Toronto
Università degli Studi di Milano