Excellence in the field of Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence

Welcome to the University of Waterloo Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (CPAMI).

The centre is interdisciplinary, bringing together experts from artificial intelligence, computer science, software engineering, cognitive science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical and mechatronics engineering, systems design engineering, civil engineering, management sciences, chemical engineering, mathematics, and statistics. The center collaborates with a number of industrial partners at the local and the provincial levels and also cooperates with other centres at the University of Waterloo and at other universities.

  1. Jan. 8, 2019University of Waterloo acknowledged among North America's pioneer Universities in AI and Robotics

    The Americas' most innovative universities for AI and robotics.

  2. Oct. 9, 2018Waterloo AI Institute Seminar Series for Fall 2018

  3. Oct. 9, 2018CPAMI members publish their latest work in the prestigious journal Nature

    Dr. Andrew K.C. Wong (Distinguished Professor Emeritus and the co-Founding Director of the Centre of Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence: CPAMI) and his research team Dr. Antonio Sze-To and Dr. Peiyuan Zhou, members of CPAMI and of Systems Design Engineering at University of Waterloo, have developed a new Artificial Intelligence System, known as Pattern to Knowledge (P2K), which is able to discover deep knowledge from data.

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