Global Participation in Day of AI

Already in 2024 we have participants from over 115 countries, with close to 8,000 teachers ranging from large public classrooms in major cities to homeschooled children in rural communities. Educators are encouraged to teach the curriculum year round. That has been the impact of our work to date. But we are continuing to expand.

Developed by MIT RAISE (Responsible AI for Social Empowerment and Education) researchers, Day of AI is a novel, low-barrier, high-impact short curriculum offered free of charge to K-12 students and their teachers. AI is for everyone, impacting our personal and professional lives, which is why we encourage teachers and students across all grades to utilize our materials to educate for the growing use of AI.

We will continue to include links below of reviewed and approved translations of our course content. We appreciate help from global organizations willing to translate our materials for local use. And learn more about how other countries are celebrating Day of AI below:

Day of AI Australia    

Day of AI India    

Day of AI Philippines

Day of AI Spain    

Day of AI Latin America

We continue to seek greater support and engagement from industry, government, or non-profit collaborators who are interested in sponsoring the Day of AI in their country, state, province or region – providing assistance in advertising the Day of AI to schools, providing professional development, translating materials, and contributing to our curriculum (such as the Careers in AI module).

MIT RAISE reserves the right to the Day of AI trademark and to decide the criteria in permitting organizations requesting to use the Day of AI name. Typically, these criteria include alignment with our educational mission, marketing budget and reach, sufficient staffing, and large event planning experience. We have recently added Day of AI Philippines (Unilab Foundation, Inc.) and Day of AI India (Coding and More, Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) to a growing list of collaborating countries which already includes Day of AI Australia. We have also recently collaborated with Fundación Cruzando in Chile who have produced Spanish translations of the Day of AI curriculum for Spanish speaking educators and students. Our latest collaboration has come through our work with the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), expanding our curriculum to meet the learning goals of the Ibero American region. Finally, our team has been in contact to grow our program within school districts in New York City and beyond.


Check out a map of our partner organizations below!

The Fundación Cruzando hosts Day of AI in Chile, and also translated Day of AI into Spanish

Run by the Day of AI Australia Initiative

Run by the CEMCA

Run by the Unilab Foundation.