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- U of T researchers named new CIFAR chairs in artificial intelligence
The new U of T chairs – Alán Aspuru-Guzik, David Fleet, Daniel Roy and Bo Wang – join another eight at U of T who were named among the inaugural group last fall and are all associated with the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence.
- Talk2Me: A new tool uses language to probe the human mind
“Language is a lens into the mind,” says U of T computer scientist Frank Rudzicz. “How you’re feeling, what you’re thinking, what your cognitive performance is – it’s all revealed through your language.”
- A.M. Turing Award, the 'Nobel Prize of computing,' given to Hinton and two other AI pioneers
The University of Toronto’s Geoffrey Hinton has been named one of three recipients of the prestigious A.M. Turing Award – dubbed by some “the Nobel Prize of computing” – for his decades-long work advancing the field of artificial intelligence.
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- Computational Linguistics Talk: Apr 23
"Semantic typology and the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis in computational perspective" presented by Terry Regier, the University of California, Berkeley
- Autodesk C++ User Group: Apr 23
The Toronto C++ User Group featuring a talk by Jon Kalb who is one of the biggest names in C++
- Theory Talk: Apr 24
"Network Coding Gaps for Completion Times of Multiple Unicasts" presented by David Wajc
- University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute Distinguished Lecture: Apr 24
A Distinguished Lecture on Cities and Complexity with Luís M.A. Bettencourt, followed by a discussion by Professors Enid Slack and Steve Easterbrook, moderated by Dr. Judy Farvolden.
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