Creating Pathways into the Economy of Tomorrow
Concordia University of Edmonton is proud to be part of the AI Pathways Partnership (AIPP)—a consortium of post-secondaries from across Alberta coming together to advance artificial intelligence and machine learning, cultivate excellence, and provide opportunities for Albertans to thrive in the global digital economy.
The AIPP is comprised of Concordia University of Edmonton, NorQuest College, Athabasca University, and Bow Valley College, in collaboration with Amii and made possible through funding provided by Western Economic Diversification Canada.
Building Skills for the Future
Our province is home to several world-class research hubs that are driving innovation and working with industry to harness the potential of AI and ML. As post-secondary institutions, the AIPP recognizes that we have a responsibility to prepare the next generation for the future, and ensure Albertans of all backgrounds and skillsets are able to navigate this dynamic environment and capitalize on momentum.
Programs will begin in 2021, and will include technical, business, and professional interpersonal skills—competencies that have been identified as being crucial for success by employers and industry organizations.
Visit AIPP for more information
Advancing AI at CUE
CUE is committed to facilitating the needs of businesses, governments, and academia in developing and implementing AI-based strategies for success.
In addition to our work as an AIPP partner, our Centre for Applied Artificial Intelligence (CAAI) is engaged in a number of interesting projects developed in collaboration with internal and external partners. From student performance prediction to reducing patient radiation in diagnostic imaging, the CAAI is working to train the next generation of experts and lead commercialization efforts in the emerging area of AI and ML.
Visit CAAI for more information.
Building a Culture of Innovation and Research at CUE
The BMO Centre for Innovation and Applied Research (BMO-CIAR) provides a woven approach for connecting multi-departmental research activities to external stakeholders including project collaboration, research commercialization, and business incubation and accelerator services.
The BMO-CIAR’s mission is to advance industry and community interests by building and strengthening connections between CUE and external partners, turning knowledge and ideas into solutions.
Visit BMO-CIAR for more information.