Artificial Intelligence at UAlberta

University of Alberta students explore artificial intelligence and robotics
The University of Alberta is one of the top AI research universities in the world. Find out more about the fascinating field of artificial intelligence, and the impact it is having on our world and our future.

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Martha White develops artificial intelligence algorithms to search for structure in big data deluge.


UAlberta profs Richard Sutton, Michael Bowling and Patrick Pilarski

University of Alberta computing science professors and artificial intelligence researchers Richard Sutton, Michael Bowling and Patrick Pilarski.

 

UAlberta and DeepMind

University of Alberta computing science professors and artificial intelligence researchers Richard Sutton, Michael Bowling and Patrick Pilarski will work with Google's DeepMind at that company's first research office outside the UK, which is being located in Edmonton, Alberta in collaboration with the U of A.

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Richard Sutton, UAlberta professor and the head of DeepMind Alberta, gives a video lecture on temporal-difference learning. 

Two undergraduate students review interactive scans of the human brain.

The Canadian government announced a $125 million pan-Canadian AI Strategy in 2017.

 

Pan-Canadian AI Strategy Funding

The Government of Canada announced funding for a pan-Canadian AI Strategy in 2017 to enhance research and recruit talent.

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