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Attention all #AI thrill seekers

September 7th, 2021

DawsonAI and AI Launch Lab are proud to announce an amazing opportunity for Dawson students to learn AI through hands-on workshops that take place on Saturdays this fall!

Garry Chu

Are there any ethical issues with AI algorithms? – Talk by Garry Chu

March 26th, 2021

Do you know how machines sort emails?  Can Toffoli score in his next NHL game? Are there any ethical issues with AI algorithms?

Garry Chu explores the answers to these questions in his talk.

View it here.

Joel Trudeau

How AI will change the recruitment landscape – Joel Trudeau as Panelist

March 15th, 2021

The closing event marking the 40th anniversary of Concordia University’s Institute of Co-operative Education was a panel entitled, “How AI and the digital revolution will change the recruitment landscape”. Project Lead at the DawsonAI initiative, Joel Trudeau, shares some insights as a panelist.

View the event here.


DawsonAI 2020 Speaker Series – Sameer Bhatnagar

December 11th, 2020

As part of the DawsonAI 2020 Speaker Series, DawsonAI Executive member Sameer Bhatnagar gives a presentation entitled “Applications of machine learning in education”

View his talk here.


DawsonAI 2020 Speaker Series – Charles Onu

November 12th, 2020

DawsonAI invites you to a fascinating talk by Charles C. Onu, an AI researcher who conducts research at the intersection of artificial intelligence and healthcare at Mila and the Reasoning and Learning (RL) lab, McGill University.

TITLE: What is AI and how can it be used for good?

View his talk here.

Ahmad Banki

DawsonAI 2020 Speaker Series – Ahmad Banki

November 11th, 2020

As part of the DawsonAI 2020 Speaker Series, DawsonAI Teaching Fellow Ahmad Banki gives a presentation entitled “Bible Quran Link: Using AI to Promote Religious Tolerance.”

View his talk here.


DawsonAI Updates: Renewing the Call for College-Wide Collaboration

October 20th, 2020

The DawsonAI initiative is well into its second year of a three-year plan to comprehensively respond to the challenges and opportunities in college education presented by the proliferation of artificial intelligence technologies.

Previous updates and consultations have outlined the goals of the initiative and the various vehicles for participation from the Dawson community. This update provides a snapshot of upcoming and ongoing DawsonAI activities, serves to remind interested faculty of research fellowship opportunities, and renews the invitation for critical feedback and collaboration.


Update from DawsonAI

June 9th, 2020

The ultimate objective of the DawsonAI initiative is to expose as many students as possible, in an as many ways as possible, to how data is transforming every facet of our lives at an unprecedented pace. The Dawson AI team has prepared an update about this initiative at Dawson College.

Robert Stephens

An A.I. Fellow offers teaching material for your courses

May 12th, 2020

Robert Stephens, who teaches Philosophy as well as Humanities, and who was part of the first cohort of fellows of the AI-themed community of practice, has developed A.I. teaching materials and wishes to share them with you.


Dawson Physics teachers’ COVID-19 graph in the news

April 7th, 2020

The work of Physics teachers Jonathon Sumner, Sameer Bhatnagar and Jean-François Brière was in the news last week. They developed an interactive live data visualization of COVID-19 focused on Quebec. The hope was to reinforce social distancing and create a positive feedback loop. Here are the TV reports that featured interviews with Jonathon and Sameer: CTV…

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