PhD researcher Kory Mathewson looks at the good and bad sides of artificial intelligence

Kory Mathewson loves working with machines. Specifically, the computing science PhD student at the University of Alberta is fascinated by the way human minds interact with machine logic.  He’s been working on artificial intelligence (AI) research at the Alberta Innovates Centre for Machine Learning, applying new AI equations to domains such as bionic prosthetic limbs. “The most interesting thing for me is how humans and machines interact and I’m really interested in a medical domain,” Mathewson said.  “There’s so much technological advancement that can make people’s lives better and easier, and being able to be in the intersection of that is what I really wanted to direct my studies towards. It’s about, how do we make the interface between the human and the machine a little more seamless.” Mathewson’s research…


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