2023 Introduction to Data Science and AI Summer Camp students
What is data? What can it tell us about ourselves and our society? What is AI? How will it change our lives beyond self-driving cars and robots?
ChatGPT. Dall-E. Deep-fakes. Artificial intelligence and data science are more prevalent in society than ever before—but what, exactly, is going on? Students will have the opportunity to answer these questions and learn more about the basics of data science and AI at our annual Introduction to Data Science and AI High School Summer Camp. Campers will work with University of Michigan faculty, graduate students, and their peers to get a taste of data analysis, visualization, and AI through hands-on projects and instruction. Additional programming includes career explorations, presentations from the office of undergraduate admissions, and more.
Dates: June 12-16, 2023 (M-F, 9AM-5PM)
Location: U-M Ann Arbor Campus
Eligibility: High school rising juniors and seniors in Washtenaw and surrounding counties, with the preference that students have successfully completed at least geometry and algebra I & II or similar.
Camp cost: $15 – instructions for payment will be sent out with acceptance emails. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided each day of the camp.
MIDAS seeks to foster an accessible and inclusive data science and AI community, at U-M and beyond; we encourage students from demographic groups under-represented in STEM fields to apply, especially those who would not otherwise have the opportunity or means to attend such programs.
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