At Princeton, interdisciplinary collaborations of researchers are using artificial intelligence to accelerate discovery across the University in fields ranging from neuroscience to Near Eastern studies. Princeton experts are also pushing the limits of AI technology to make it more accurate and efficient, to understand how AI’s uncanny large language models work, and to address the technology’s ethical, fairness and policy implications.

And they are doing it all at a university small enough to allow for easy collaboration across disciplines but big enough to have the field-leading researchers, computing resources and institutional commitment needed to help shape the fast-developing field.

As the technology races forward, Princeton has developed a series of major research initiatives to move at the speed of AI discovery. “Given the rapid advances in AI and its applications, any static framing of research in the field will quickly become out-of-date,” said University Provost Jennifer Rexford, a computer scientist. To read the full story.