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We want the world's best engineers, says Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau

He says Canada values diversity in science and engineering, is investing $125 mn in its strategy for artificial intelligence research and talent, and plans to make the visa process easier

All you need to know about Carnegie Mellon′s new course for undergrads

With an expansive focus on ethics and social responsibility, Carnegie Mellon University has launched its first-ever undergraduate program in Artificial Intelligence. This will include using AI for social good, such as improving transportation, health care, or education.

Why Artificial Intelligence Graduates Are in Red Hot Demand

Silicon Valley tech giants are trying to hire students who specialize in artificial intelligence from universities even before they graduate

Star Wharton Professor Kartik Hosanagar on Why Data Scientists Are in High Demand

An entrepreneur and writer, Hosanagar teaches a course called Enabling Technologies which offers a view on technologies driving the world.

MIT is investing $1 billion in an artificial intelligence college

MIT President L Rafael Reif said the bold new initiative will shape MIT as an “intellectual foundry” for powerful new AI tools.

Book Review: A Human′s Guide to Machine Intelligence

Kartik Hosanagar's big picture thinking on new technology contains some profound analysis of the hidden dangers in algorithmic decision-making.

Indian computer science students in Canada build a bot to ease the visa application process

Ruhi Madiwale and Dhivya Jayaraman discuss how they created their product, the support they’ve got from Dalhousie University and the local government, and how studying abroad has changed their lives.

Stanford launches new institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence - Vishal Sikka, Sam Palmisano & Eric Schmidt on board

Vishal Sikka, former CEO of Infosys, Sam Palmisano, former CEO of IBM, Marissa Mayer, former CEO of Yahoo, Eric Schmidt and other industry leaders are on the advisory board.

'Creative destruction fits well with the spirit and nature of our work'

Engineer, economist and business studies professor Ajay Agrawal explains how the University of Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab helps campus innovators commercialize research breakthroughs.

"The interest in autonomous driving is exploding," Toronto professor on the university′s latest online offering

Are you an engineering student? Here’s a course that can help you turn science fiction into fact!

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