The Story of AI4SG
The “AI for Social Good” course will be offered for SJSU undergraduate business students in Spring 2024!
The AI4SG received around $600K funding from the NSF IUSE program. We are grateful for NSF’s support in this project.
The AI4SG project was successfully implemented in Dr. Gabriel Granco’s undergraduate course at Cal Poly Pomona!
SJSU Students in Digital Innovation prototyped AI solutions for social issues during COVID-19 and featured at IBM Blog
SJSU Undergraduate student Terri’s AI chatbot project presented at the CSU Student Research Competition 2021
“Innovation Farm” became an independent elective for management information systems concentration called “Digital Innovation”
SJSU undergraduate student Sam Gupta’s AI drones project presented at American Conference of Information Systems 2020
SJSU undergraduate students Tianjie Zhu, Michael Chiang, Linh Trac, Joshua Zanger, Alison Nguyen presented their project in ACM DIS 2020 Workshop on Weaving Healthy Behaviors into New Technology Routines.
SJSU Undergraduate student Sam Gupta’s AI project won the 2nd place in CSU Student Research Competition 2019
SJSU Undergraduate student Sam Gupta’s AI chatbot project presented at Pacific Conference of Information Systems 2019
First AI for Social Good pedagogy was born, piloted among 90 undergraduate business students at SJSU.
The first CSU AI4Sg Student Innovation Showcase was successfully held on May 10th 12-1pm. Check recording here!
Undergraduate students Tianjie Zhu and Simran Bhalla published their AI chatbot project in American Conference of Information Systems 2022, recognized as Best AMCIS 2022 Top 25% ERF Papers.
The AI4SG project went beyond SJSU and is joined by Cal Poly Pomona, CSU San Bernardino, CSU Long Beach, and CSU Chancellor’s Office
SJSU Undergraduate students Terri Lee, Tianjie Zhu, Sophia Liu, Linh Trac, Zizhen Huang published their project in the Chinese Conference on Computer Human Interaction 2021.
SJSU Students in Digital Innovation prototyped AI solutions for social issues during COVID-19 and featured at ABC7 News, IBM Blog
10 SJSU undergraduate students submitted their projects to IBM Call for Code Global competition 2020
Launched “Innovation Farm” – AI for Social Good Ideation competition among 90 SJSU undergraduate business students, joined by judges from the industry and government
SJSU Undergraduate student Terri Lee’s AI chatbot project presented at American Conference of Information Systems 2019
SJSU Undergraduate student Sam Gupta’s AI drones project won the 2nd place in Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge 2019