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CIFAR Pan-Canadian AI Strategy

CIFAR Pan-Canadian AI Strategy

Recommendation algorithms could contribute to inequality

Experts say algorithms may impact our cultural preferences.

AI in biodiversity research crucial to our survival

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Graham Taylor is using computer vision to better understand and protect our planet’s biodiversit

Four AI researchers to watch in 2021

Newly appointed Canada CIFAR AI Chairs use AI to protect our privacy, develop safe robots, understand disease, and addre

Ontario researchers use AI to diagnose and treat COVID-19

Three Ontario research teams are using AI to identify novel solutions for understanding, diagnosing, and treating COVID-

Playing the long game with AI

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Kevin Leyton-Brown applies AI to microeconomics to predict the best possible outcome based on our

AICan 2021

Join us for the third annual meeting of the CIFAR Pan-Canadian AI Strategy.

AI pioneer Joelle Pineau is transforming personalized health care

From robot wheelchairs and disease prediction to advancing diversity and inclusion

MaRS Centre, West Tower
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