Before there was Wall-E, before Star Trek's Commander Data, there was Johnny Five: the sentient robot starring alongside Ally Sheedy and Steve Gutenberg in Short Circuit, a family-friendly film from 1986 that introduced a generation o

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U of T's Geoffrey Hinton is one of the world’s leading computer scientists, vice-president engineering fellow at Google, and the architect of an approach to artificial intelligence (AI) that will radically alter the role computers

U of T’s Geoffrey Hinton: AI will eventually surpass the human brain but getting jokes ... that could take time

Computer science and mathematics graduate Ilya Sutskever no longer remembers the name of the California restaurant where the idea of a non-profit artificial intelligence research company first emerged.

This U of T alum is leading AI research at $1 billion non-profit backed by Elon Musk

Reid Hoffman has made a gift of $2.45 million to the University of Toronto’s iSchool to establish a chair to study how the new era of artificial intelligence (AI) will affect our lives.

LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman makes record-breaking gift to U of T's Faculty of Information for chair in AI

The story of humankind has always been one marked by disruptive technologies, from the first stone tools to the Gutenberg printing press, Galileo’s telescope and now, perhaps, the final frontier – artificial intelligence.

2016 marks important turning point for artificial intelligence: U of T conference

Eight artificial intelligence researchers from the University of Toronto have been named AI chairs by the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research – part of the federal government’s bid to attract and retain top talent in Canada.

Eight U of T researchers named AI chairs by Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

More time to interact with patients, improved efficiency in health-care delivery, and new global communities of exchange and communication: According to University of Toronto researchers, these are just some of the positive outcomes of artificial

U of T and AI: Faculty members on their research and its impact

In the future, cars, drones and other robots may not need human pilots – but they will need creative and knowledgeable engineers.

U of T launches Canada's first engineering undergraduate program in machine intelligence

The revolution spawned by artificial intelligence and machine learning will – like previous industrial revolutions – hurt employment and wage levels in the short term, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney told a University of Toronto audience on T

Boosting education will help address short-term economic pain of AI, Mark Carney tells U of T audience

Blade Runner 2049 misses mark on artificial intelligence: U of T experts

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Before there was Wall-E, before Star Trek's Commander Data, there was Johnny Five: the sentient robot starring alongside Ally Sheedy and Steve Gutenberg in Short Circuit, a family-friendly film from 1986 that introduced a generation o

U of T's Geoffrey Hinton is one of the world’s leading computer scientists, vice-president engineering fellow at Google, and the architect of an approach to artificial intelligence (AI) that will radically alter the role computers

Computer science and mathematics graduate Ilya Sutskever no longer remembers the name of the California restaurant where the idea of a non-profit artificial intelligence research company first emerged.

Reid Hoffman has made a gift of $2.45 million to the University of Toronto’s iSchool to establish a chair to study how the new era of artificial intelligence (AI) will affect our lives.

The story of humankind has always been one marked by disruptive technologies, from the first stone tools to the Gutenberg printing press, Galileo’s telescope and now, perhaps, the final frontier – artificial intelligence.

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