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

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. That’s what astronaut Chris Hadfield, former commander of the International Space Station, told a rapt audience at the University of Toronto to help open the Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence conference. “The sky is not the limit,” he said. “I’ve lived above the sky, and I know it’s just the start of our opportunities.”  Now in its second year, the conference at the Rotman School of Management attracted approximately 600 delegates – an international who’s who of tech CEOs and industry leaders, top AI researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, media and government officials including Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep…


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