Fellows will conduct a capstone project on one particular aspect of AI ethics within an educational context, guided by expert mentors from both the academic and industrial worlds (matched by the Learnest team). Research themes may encompass fairness and bias in AI, privacy and data security in digital learning, transparency and accountability in AI-powered educational tools, to the impact of AI on learning outcomes and accessibility.
Access to Learnest’s Advisory Network with prominent leaders in industry, academia, and education.
Semi-public thematic seminars with leaders of various fields, such as epistemology, AI ethics, and impact investing.
Prospective applicants will need to submit the following to submit a completed application to the Learnest Fellowship 2023:
Fellows will be provided $2,000 stipend (in two installments) as learning funds during the fellowship.
Generally, fellows are expected to attend 1-2 one-hour sessions per month, participating in our activities including seminars and group discussions.
Fellows need to have full participation to receive the full amount of the stipend (more details to be shared during interviews).