Trustworthy AI
Trustworthy AI

Trustworthy AI


AI is changing how people work, communicate, learn and organize. As transformative AI becomes increasingly embedded in complex systems, policy makers and researchers must determine how to govern and evaluate this emerging technology while balancing its potential to transform society for good against the risks and harms that arise from novel use cases. GW TAI brings together a collection of research and educational efforts across our university to deliver timely education, foster problem-driven research and inform policy founded in deep scientific understanding.






GW TAI is leading the way in trustworthy AI in systems and for society.



Core Programs


Partner Programs

Below is a growing list of centers and institutes, for whom trusted technology and/or AI is part of a broader mission. We regularly partner on events and opportunities of mutual interest. Please check out the dedicated web pages for more detail.

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The Computational Biology Institute (CBI) brings together leading faculty in biology, medicine and computing to harness huge volumes of data and leverage unique relationships in the nation’s capital in service of research that improves our health and environment.


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The Digital Humanities Institute (DHI), founded upon the core belief that the arts and humanities actively transform and are transformed by digital cultures, supports collaborative endeavors in scholarship and multimodal venues of teaching and learning through grants, workshops, symposia and exhibitions.


The Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub provides resources, training, events and evidence-based research to help stakeholders understand data governance, digital trade, and emerging data-driven technologies such as AI and XR.


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The Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics (IDDP) aims to help society understand critical challenges that arise at the intersection of digital technology, media and democracy by supporting rigorous, evidence-based research, in turn informing sound policy solutions.


The Open Source Program Office (OSPO) fosters a culture of networked collaboration and promotes open-source software development, open data and open access in research and education throughout the university community.