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  • What is the format of the course?
    The course consists of 1-hour lectures followed by 1-hour interactive coding workshops conducted online via Zoom.
  • Is the course in person or online?
    The course will be taught fully remotely through scheduled Zoom sessions.
  • How long does the course last?
    The course runs for a duration of 8 weeks, with sessions held once per week.
  • When is the course?
    June 22nd - August 10th, 2024
  • Who teaches the course?
    The course is taught by a current Harvard computer science graduate student who is an expert in AI and generative models.
  • What is the deadline to apply?
    The last day to apply for the summer course is June 15th, 2024.
  • When will I know if I've been accepted?
    Acceptance emails will be sent out via email by June 17th. Please refrain from purchasing the course until you have received an acceptance email, as only accepted students will be able to attend.
  • How do I apply for the course?
    To apply for the course, please visit our website and complete the application form.
  • What are you looking for in applicants?
    We are seeking students who are enthusiastic about AI and eager to learn. While prior coding experience is not required, a basic understanding of programming concepts is beneficial. Additionally, we value curiosity, dedication, and a willingness to engage with challenging material.
  • Is there a fee to apply?
    No, there is no fee to apply for the course.
  • What happens if I am not accepted into the course?
    If you are not accepted into the course, we encourage you to continue pursuing your interest in AI through other resources and opportunities. You are welcome to apply again in the future if you wish.
  • What materials do I need for the course?
    Participants will need a computer with internet access and the ability to run Zoom and coding software, which will be specified prior to the start of the course.
  • Will there be assignments or assessments?
    While there may be optional exercises provided to reinforce learning, there are no formal assessments or grades associated with the course. The focus is on understanding and application rather than evaluation.
  • Can I participate if I am not a high school student?
    Currently, the course is designed specifically for high school students (and exceptionally advanced middle school students on a case-by-case basis). However, we may consider expanding to other age groups in the future.
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