Welcome to UAIG!


The Undergraduate Artificial Intelligence Group aims to bring together University of Toronto students interested in the various sub-fields of Artificial Intelligence. We hope to educate group members about the terms and concepts related to these sub-fields with the purpose of increasing awareness about past, current and potential future research directions. Regular group meetings are used to accomplish this, as well as to serve as a breeding ground for ideas and to stimulate discussion.

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Definition: For the purpose of this group, we will define Artificial Intelligence to be the general “field of study that seeks to explain and [/or] emulate intelligent behavior in terms of computational processes”1.

1 Schalkoff, Robert J. Artificial intelligence : an engineering approach . McGraw-Hill, New York : 1990


CALENDAR OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS




Handout that was distributed during the A.I. day that took place on Sept. 24, 2012:




UAIG constitution: