Details for the next Summer Camp – August 2020 in Dubai

Inspirit AI Camps

Location: GEMS Wellington Academy, Al Khail (WEK), Dubai UAE

Dates: August 16th – August 27th 2020 (10 days, weekdays only)
Morning (8am – 12 Noon) or afternoon batch (1pm – 5pm)

Prerequisites: Students from complete beginner (beginner batch) to experienced programmers (advanced batch)

To apply for the program, use the form and application link via

GEMS Student Scholarships will be available yet further details will be announced later in the Spring regarding this additional application.

Contact Information
Phone: +1 (650) 289-8553


More information – as hosted on our Spring 2020 issue of GEMS World of Education:

Here are a few high resolution photos in this folder (for you to download), and you may find a 3 minute video here for some more context on the program.

  • What is the AI camp in a nutshell, how did it come about and what makes it unique/special?
  • AI Scholars, is a two-week project-based intensive for high school students covering both the technical knowledge, and the ethical considerations important to building powerful AI applications. Our instructors and students had a deeply enriching experience working together in Dubai this winter!
  • We came together with the goal of making AI education accessible and engaging to students across the world. Our team consists of graduate students and alumni at Stanford University, pursuing research and work in different areas such as neuroscience, bioinformatics, autonomous vehicles, and more! We’re excited about the limitless potential to apply this technology for good. Moreover, teaching is our passion and we’re working on creative approaches to empower students to build AI projects, and make an impact in their area of interest! ⠀
  • How has the camp been received by participating students and have you been impressed by their contributions?
  • The students had an enriching experience and enjoyed both the technical, as well as the social components of the program. This was evident from their feedback and their exuberance during presentation day!
  • “The course really did open my eyes to a new realm of possibilities that I was previously unaware of. The skills developed from this course are going to be quite helpful for me going forward and the newfound interest I have gained in this field might help me narrow down the pathway I want to take for my future. This was an incredible and eye opening experience for me and I would definitely do it again” – Neel Vora, GEMS Wellington International
  • “The experience was amazing because it enabled me to learn new concepts and also practice critical thinking when asked a question to solve a problem. Furthermore, it enabled me to open up my mind about artificial intelligence and increase my interest towards artificial intelligence. It has also taught me how to work with different people and boosted my confidence.” – Naomi Oyiengo, Nova Pioneer Girls School, Kenya (she was one of the 7 girls who travelled from Kenya to Dubai to attend the program)
  • “We were amazed by the curiosity, diligence, and creativity of our students. Some students went above and beyond with their projects, and made live applications to detect fake news, or perceive human emotions from images using computer vision, and solved other socially meaningful problems. Their excitement was infectious and kept the instructors motivated too! We cannot wait for what’s to come next!” – Inspirit AI Instructor
  • Why is AI important and why should our young people be learning about it?Artificial intelligence is the defining technology of our times, powering radical innovation across industries such as healthcare, education, transportation, government and more. It is already being applied to almost every discipline on the planet. It does not matter what career path a student wants to pursue, AI will certainly be a part of it. Doctors use AI in innumerable ways to diagnose diseases through x-rays, etc., journalists use it to detect fake news, and governments use it for the efficient dissemination of food supplies during disaster. Our young generation must be equipped to handle the possibilities and ethical challenges that modern artificial intelligence will pose.
  • Also, if details of your summer camp are confirmed, could you please share these – timing, location, scholarship opportunities, etc? 
    Location: Dubai American Academy
    Dates: August 16th – August 27th 2020 (10 days, weekdays only).
    Morning (8am – 12 Noon) or afternoon batch (1pm – 5pm).
    Prerequisites: Students from complete beginner (beginner batch) to experienced programmers (advanced batch) may apply for the program at

For more information, contact:

Mr. Adeesh Goel

Program Director

Inspirit AI Camps