The New York Times: The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed

by Craig Smith, The New York Times Recommended Learning in Machines & Brains 27.06.2017

“Canada beckoned with a research position at the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research. He moved to Toronto and eventually set up a program at the institute that is now called Learning in Machines & Brains.”

Read Craig Smith’s New York Times profile of Distinguished Fellow Geoffrey Hinton.

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