U of T computer scientist takes international prize for groundbreaking work in AI

The University of Toronto’s Geoffrey Hinton has been named one of three recipients of the prestigious A.M.

A.M. Turing Award, the 'Nobel Prize of computing,' given to Hinton and two other AI pioneers

University Professor Geoffrey Hinton and two of his graduate students from the Department of Computer Science have sold their startup company to Google Inc.

Google acquires U of T neural networks company

There are bound to be critics, but deep learning “godfather” and head Google researcher Geoffrey Hinton says his latest contribution to the artificial intelligence, or AI, field could be just as important as his earlier, pioneerin

With latest AI research, U of T's Geoffrey Hinton aims to improve on earlier pioneering work: New York Times

Deep learning “godfather” Geoffrey Hinton, who knows all too well the limitations of our health-care system, has joined forces with University of Toronto President Emeritus Dr.

A recipe to save lives: Geoffrey Hinton and David Naylor call on physicians to embrace AI

University Professor Geoffrey Hinton, one of the world’s leading researchers in machine learning and artificial intelligence, is the winner of one of five 2012 Killam Prizes.

U of T's Geoffrey Hinton wins Killam Prize

Geoffrey Hinton may be the "godfather" of deep learning, a suddenly hot field of artificial intelligence, or AI – but that doesn't mean he's resting on his algorithms.

How U of T's 'godfather' of deep learning is reimagining AI

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

Geoffrey Hinton, by now, needs little introduction – which is presumably why a Toronto Life profile of the pioneering University of Toronto artificial intelligence researcher seeks to delve deeper into the man behind the

U of T's Geoffrey Hinton: Toronto Life looks at the man behind the machines

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

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The University of Toronto’s Geoffrey Hinton has been named one of three recipients of the prestigious A.M.

University Professor Geoffrey Hinton and two of his graduate students from the Department of Computer Science have sold their startup company to Google Inc.

There are bound to be critics, but deep learning “godfather” and head Google researcher Geoffrey Hinton says his latest contribution to the artificial intelligence, or AI, field could be just as important as his earlier, pioneerin

Deep learning “godfather” Geoffrey Hinton, who knows all too well the limitations of our health-care system, has joined forces with University of Toronto President Emeritus Dr.

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