CIFAR plays a significant role in artificial intelligence research in Canada and around the world. We helped to enable some of the fundamental breakthroughs in the field through our Learning in Machines & Brains program, a program which continues to deliver ground breaking research. We lead a $125 million national strategy to establish Canada's international leadership in AI. And we run a program that explores the ways that AI will reshape our society and how we should respond.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with newly minted Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chairs.
Ahead of the G7 Conference on AI, The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau met with some of the researchers who were appointed as Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chairs at AICan in Montreal, Que.
The Dec. 3 event announced $30 million in funding intended to keep Canada at the forefront of cutting-edge AI research. A total of 29 researchers were named as part of the $125 million Pan-Canadian AI Strategy.
Read the full release here: 29 researchers named to first cohort of Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chairs.