Microsoft Research - AI & Society Fellows | Research Funding


Event details

Date 29.11.2023
Category Call for proposal
Aim:  The Microsoft Research AI & Society fellows program aims to catalyze research collaboration between Microsoft Research and eminent scholars and experts across a range of disciplines core to discussions at the intersection of AI and its impact on society. Through a global, open call for proposals targeting a specific set of research challenges, Microsoft will facilitate strategic collaborations, catalyze new research ideas, and contribute publicly available works to benefit scholarly discourse and benefit society more broadly.

The details of the program vary by research challenge. Please review the “Research Challenges” for more information and eligibility.

Funding:       varies by region

Duration:      12 months

Eligibility: To be eligible to apply, candidates will be required to confirm they are actively pursuing (enrolled in program) or have already earned their terminal degree in their respective field or discipline.

How to Apply: All proposals should be submitted via the submission portal. Each submission will include:
  • Candidate information (region, institution, research/work focus, etc.)
  • “Statement of Interest” title (80 characters or less)
  • Submission of a “Statement of Interest” document.
    • This document should be 3 pages (or less) in length, which may include appendix and citations if applicable.
    • See additional instructions and guidance in the “Statement of Interest Requirements” section here.
  • Candidate CV/resume
Funding amounts vary by the region a fellows’ organization/institution of employment is located in. Please do not add additional requests for budget, as these will not be considered.

Deadline:      29 November 2023 (11:59 PM ET)

Further information
  • More information about the program is available here
  • The application form can be found here
  • For any other questions, please contact the Research Office

Practical information

  • General public
  • Free


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