Canada has taken it upon themselves to become a world leader in Artificial Intelligence science and they have started paving the way by their application in the marketplace. The federal government has begun the process by setting the foundation for a Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy as an AI initiative. An amount of $125 million pledged would be used to help three AI establishments in the country – which are among the best in the world – advance and assist recruits in the universities have scientific ability preserved as well as train a handful of graduate students.
The idea came about after allied AI modus operandi and deep learning were technologically advanced by Geoff Hinton at the University of Toronto, Yann LeCun at New York University, Yoshua Bengio at the University of Montreal and Richard Sutton at the University of Alberta, alongside with other researchers buoyed by CIFAR and its software package in Brains, Learning and Machines. The money would be used to fund legal, social and moral inferences of deep AI to construct a Canadian type of technology that will provide human necessities, goals and disquiets.
AI when used wisely can do a whole lot more and have the nature of work itself modified to a more interesting, valued and diverse task other than just a monotonous job, one that will make jobs in Canada to be secured in an inclusive economy; causing companies in Canada to be more competitive, effective social and health services and a well-organised government.
While the target is to have Canada as the global center for AI science, companies in the country should be given the impulse for investors, companies, and entrepreneurs to make the best use of the moment.