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Welcome to CAIAC!

CAIAC is the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association.

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Formerly known as the Canadian Society for the Computational Studies of Intelligence (or Société canadienne pour l'étude de l'intelligence par ordinateur), CAIAC's mission is to foster excellence and leadership in research, development and education in Canada's artificial intelligence community by facilitating the exchange of knowledge through various media and venues. CAIAC is the official arm of the AAAI in Canada. We are proud to note that Dr. Alan Mackworth, former President of the AAAI, was a founding member of our society.

Membership

A yearly membership of $30 buys you a significant saving on registration for the annual AI/GI/CRV/IS conference and access to valuable information at this web site such as: Competition Dates and Links, Research Groups and Projects, Recent Doctoral / Masters Theses, Projects looking for Students, Students looking for Projects, Funding Sources, Scholarships and Awards, and Job Opportunities.

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Recent articles

2019 Doctoral Dissertation Award Nomination

The Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association/L'Association pour l'Intelligence Artificielle au Canada (CAIAC) is happy to announce its 2019 AI Doctoral Dissertation Award.

2019 AI Masters Thesis Award Nomination

The Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association/L'Association pour l'Intelligence Artificielle au Canada (CAIAC) is happy to announce its 2019 AI Master’s Thesis Award.

Concordia University is looking to fill a position of Endowed Chair in AI

The Computer Science & Software Engineering department at Concordia University (Montreal) is looking to fill a position of Endowed Chair in Artificial Intelligence at the rank of Associate Professor or Full Professor. This chair is for a period of 5 years and is accompanied by a substantial research fund.

Call for paper for Canadian AI 2019 is available

The CFP for Canadian AI is now available here.

The conference co-chairs this year are Marie-Jean Meurs, from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), and Frank Rudzicz, from the University of Toronto.

Good luck to all!