Artificial Intelligence for Design Challenge program - Video

 

The Artificial Intelligence for Design Challenge program aims to develop artificial intelligence methods that accelerate scientific innovation in Canada and around the world.

Artificial Intelligence for Design Challenge program - Transcript

Minister Bains (On screen)

The National Research Council of Canada is the Government of Canada's largest science and research organization.

Through their Challenge Programs, the NRC is partnering with private and public sector organizations to advance Canadian research that will lead to major scientific breakthroughs, and take on our biggest modern challenges.

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Kevin Thomson, Program Director (On screen)

Artificial Intelligence is transforming our world. From personal assistants to powerful tools for research, AI is everywhere, and offers the potential for an even faster pace of scientific discovery and innovation.

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Kevin Thomson, Program Director (Off screen)

Our AI for Design Challenge Program will provide a foundation of AI technologies to accelerate and support scientific innovation in Canada and around the world.

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Kevin Thomson, Program Director (On screen)

With our collaborators, we're developing algorithms and datasets to allow faster and more intelligent search of design spaces and to improve the relationship between computer simulations and physical experiments.

This will speed up discoveries in gene and cell therapy, materials for clean fuels, and communications.

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Iain Stewart, NRC President (On screen)

Challenge programs are all about advanced research applied to Canadian priorities, with excellent partners.

Logline: Canada's Innovation Story

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