AIBridge Boot Camp

AIBridge Boot Camp Flyer

Event Date

PSEL Building, AIFS Seminar Room 1025

Do you want to leverage the power of AI in your research but don't have the skills? Does working with AI seem like something only computer scientists can do?

AIBridge is designed to bridge the gap between computer science and other disciplines. Our 5-day boot camp will give you the tools to get started!

AIBridge will provide basic programming capability in Python and education around large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT. You will learn the concepts behind Machine Learning and how to implement it using a popular toolbox called Scikit-Learn.

Why should you join AIBridge?

  • Apply what you learn in hands-on labs
  • Get immediate help from lab instructors
  • Build a bridge between AI and your application domain
  • Learn how to use AI toolboxes
  • No prior programming experience required
  • Free of charge

AIBridge is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as postdocs and staff.

This is an in-person event on the UC Davis campus. Please only register if you are able to attend in person for the full week.

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Organizer Notes
Questions? Contact Ashley Balley at

AIBridge is an educational outreach program of the AI Institute for Next Generation Food Systems (AIFS). The Institute aims to meet growing demands in our food supply by leveraging AI technologies across the entire food system — from growing crops through consumption.

AIFS is working to equip the next generation with the skills and knowledge needed to enter the AI, food, and agriculture workforce. AIFS brings together more than 40 researchers from six institutions: UC Davis, UC Berkeley, Cornell University, University of Illinois, USDA, and UC Agriculture and Natural Resources. Funding for the institute is provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture as part of a larger initiative led by the U.S. National Science Foundation to establish new artificial intelligence institutes to accelerate research, expand America's workforce and transform society in the decades to come.