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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-

AI pioneer Joelle Pineau is transforming personalized health care

From robot wheelchairs and disease prediction to advancing diversity and inclusion

Sanja Fidler is taking data to the next level with AI-assisted annotation tool

Annotation platform could help companies scale data

Training AI: Q&A with Chelsea Finn

Chelsea Finn is a leading AI researcher defining the new field of meta and multi-task reinforcement learning (RL)

Catching glimpses of the impossible

Iair Arcavi studies the most extreme events in the Universe, which regularly defy expectations and theories

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars Renée Hložek and Adrian Liu receive Sloan Fellowships

Researchers are selected based on their accomplishments, their creativity, and their leadership potential

The Art of (AI) Conversation

Facebook CIFAR AI Chair Siva Reddy (Mila) is using machine learning to equip machines with the gift of conversation.

AI researcher pioneers new subfield of AI

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Aishwarya Agrawal is pioneering Visual Question Answering

Outsmarting humans at their own game

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Csaba Szepesvári helped a computer defeat a human in the ancient game of Go

The Brains Behind AI

A behind-the-scenes look at some of Canada’s most talented AI researchers

The ABCs of B cells

Meet 2019 CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Jean-Philippe Julien, who uses robots to design better vaccines.

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