CPAMI faculty member Professor William Melek will lead the Robohub research initiative, which is funded by Canadian Foundation for Innovation and the provinical government for a total budget of $4,600,000. CPAMI faculty members among others in the faculty of engineering will benefit greatly from this innovative facility.
X-ray technology is at the beginning of a digital revolution that will transform the Canadian healthcare system by detecting diseases, like cancer and heart disease, faster, more accurately, and with less radiation than traditional X-ray machines, allowing patients to begin treatment sooner.
Engineering students at the University of Waterloo will apply classroom lessons in artificial intelligence (AI) to help develop new uses for a voice-activated virtual assistant system in a program funded by Amazon.
CPAMI would like to inform and invite its members and associates on the following two events held by Eric Horvitz, who is a distinguished AI researcher and Microsoft Research Lab Director. The two distinguished lectures will be held on February 9 and February 10th. The events are part of UW Cheriton School of Computer Science Distinguished Lectures Series: