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Hundreds of people came to listen to the ideas of University of Toronto researchers at the CRAM festival on Friday evening. All photos: Nick Iwanyshyn.
U of T's new CIFAR chairs in artificial intelligence (clockwise from top left): David Fleet, Bo Wang, Alán Aspuru-Guzik and Daniel Roy
“It’s very nice that the group of us have been recognized as having a big impact,” said Geoffrey Hinton about the A.M. Turing Award. “It’s sort of an acceptance by the computer science community that this stuff isn’t crazy.”
Researchers at U of T used a computational approach, based on machine learning, to classify patients into seven distinct groups according to the patterns of swollen or painful joints in the body.
Geoffrey Hinton
Sanja Fidler at a presentation
Anna Goldenberg
A group of computer science alumni and students
U of T President Meric Gertler and I.P. Park, the president and CTO of LG Electronics, signing documents at a large table.
David Madras