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Learning in Machines & Brains

Learning in Machines & Brains

Leading with generosity

A conversation with Kyunghyun Cho on his major breakthrough in machine translation.

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

A Culture of Ethical AI

Fostering a culture of ethical AI will be critical to translating ethics frameworks into actionable decisions.

A focus on ethics in AI research

Actions taken by AI research leaders could have a cascading effect through the entire discipline.

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)

CIFAR receives grant from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support AI research

The Learning in Machines & Brains program has been awarded a $475,000 USD grant to support new research on causality.

AI Research Enables Astronomy Breakthrough

Bernhard Schölkopf co-developed a machine learning approach to identify exoplanets

CIFAR receives grant from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support research for more versatile AI systems

The CIFAR Learning in Machines & Brains program has been awarded a $475,000 USD grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundatio

Ethical AI: A Discussion

While AI technologies are contributing to new products and services across industries that bring many potential benefits

CIFAR welcomes new fellows

Celebrating 112 appointments from across disciplines and around the world

The memory hunters

In their lab at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, CIFAR fellows and neuroscientists Sheena Josselyn and Paul Frankla

Understanding machine behaviour

CIFAR Fellows Hugo Larochelle and Matthew Jackson argue for a new scientific discipline to study the broad effects of AI

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