Meet the Brains Behind AI.
The Brains Behind AI is a 10-part video series that provides a behind-the-scenes look at some of Canada#s most talented researchers in artificial intelligence , what areas of research they are focusing on over the next five years as Canada CIFAR AI Chairs and CIFAR fellows, and what motivates them to pursue research in a variety of areas that will transform the way.
Facebook CIFAR AI Chair Siva Reddy (Mila) is using machine learning to equip machines with the gift of conversation.
Learn more; The CIFAR AI Catalyst Grants program is now closed.
The grants will catalyze new research areas, collaborations and new applications in machine learning in science and society at large.
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The Canada CIFAR AI Chairs Program is the cornerstone program of the CIFAR Pan-Canadian AI Strategy.
A total of $86.
5 million over five years has been earmarked for this program to attract and retain world-leading AI researchers in Canada.
The Canada CIFAR AI Chairs that have been announced to-date are conducting research in a range of fields.
An important pillar of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, the Canada CIFAR AI Chairs program is designed to attract and retain more than 50 leading AI researchers.
The Chairs are nominated by and will be affiliated with one of our three national AI Institutes: Amii (Edmonton), Mila (Montreal) and the Vector Institute (Toronto).
CIFAR is pleased to announce the expansion of its Canada CIFAR AI Chairs program from 29, appointed in December 2018, to 46.
The Canada CIFAR AI Chairs program provides researchers with long-term, dedicated research funding to support their research programs and help them to train the next generation of AI leaders.
Each of the chairs will receive up to $1 million in funding to support research.
CIFAR expands Canada CIFAR AI Chairs Program to 46 CIFAR is pleased to announce the expansion of its Canada CIFAR AI Chairs program from 29, appointed in December 2018, to 46.
Learn more, Under the CIFAR Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, a total of $86.
5M has been allocated to recruit and retain world-leading experts in AI.
The Canada CIFAR AI Chairs program, a cornerstone of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, provides outstanding researchers with long-term, dedicated funding to support their research programs and to train the next generation of AI leaders.
09/12/2019 The CIFAR AI Chairs each receive five years of dedicated funding and are a key part of the country#s $125-million Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy, which seeks to attract and retain the top minds in the field.
(See the full list of eight CIFAR AI Chairs from U of T below.
), In 2017, CIFAR was chosen by the federal government to lead the $125M Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy in collaboration with artificial intelligence research centres in Edmonton (Amii), Montreal (), and Toronto (Vector Institute).
Support for these new chairs #including 29 across Canada#is part of a larger strategy including training opportunities, research funding, and.
09/12/2019 The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research has added 34 new AI chairs , bringing the total number of chairs to 80.
Its last announced headcount was 46 in April.
Part of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, the CIFAR AI Chair program aims to provide researchers with long-term, dedicated funding to support training and research in artificial intelligence and machine learning.