We are forming a program to bring together consortia of Industry, Research and Academia to advance the use of Machine Learning in Canadian scientific discovery.
Build capacity by developing new talent, and collaborate to create IP for commercialization.
Access science facilities and experts to explore knowledge-production.
Provide experience for cross-disciplinary students to contribute to ground-breaking innovations.
See how leading organizations like CERN have been paving the way in this area of innovation.
At the Sparks! Serendipity Forum at CERN, Bruno Giussanni interviews AI experts working on the LHC experiments at CERN, Jennifer Ngadiuba and Michael Kagan on how CERN uses AI to process, analyse and even create new data from the Large Hadron Collider.