More than $100-million in funding. Two decades of artificial intelligence expertise. Ten years of experience in self-driving technology. A 40-strong team of scientists and engineers.
The road ahead: Raquel Urtasun's startup to ‘unleash full power of AI’ on self-driving cars
Ever since she was an undergrad, Raquel Urtasun has been fascinated by machine learning (teaching computers how to think), computer vision (helping computers perceive videos and photos) and robotics.
Triple threat: U of T computer scientist combines machine learning, robotics and computer vision
After years of conducting world-leading research on self-driving vehicles, U of T Associate Professor Raquel Urtasun is joining Uber – and bringing the American company’s first international research lab to Toronto.
U of T's self-driving vehicle superstar to lead Uber's new research lab in Toronto
A recruitment event by Uber at the University of Toronto this week began as a lecture and ended like a celebrity sighting.
U of T's Raquel Urtasun a big draw at Uber's on-campus career event
Raquel Urtasun, an associate professor in the University of Toronto’s department of computer science, says the age of self-driving cars at scale – when the tech is affordable and safe for everyone to use – could be just a decade a
U of T’s Raquel Urtasun, Uber’s self-driving guru, profiled in Toronto Life
As if building a self-driving car wasn’t difficult enough, the University of Toronto’s Raquel Urtasun is trying make it affordable, too.
Wired magazine: How a U of T researcher is trying to make the economics of self-driving cars work
She was drawn to Toronto by the University of Toronto’s reputation for artificial intelligence (AI) research, and Raquel Urtasun believes the best is yet to come.
U of T's Raquel Urtasun hails Toronto's AI scene in Global News profile
We go to the gym, count calories and take our vitamins – all in an effort to stay fit and avoid getting sick. But are we actually healthy?
NSERC recognizes U of T research into self-driving cars and microbial ticking time bombs in our bodies
A self-driving vehicle has to detect objects, track them over time, and predict where they will be in the future in order to plan a safe manoeuvre.
Autonomous vehicles: U of T researchers make advances with new algorithm
Thanks in part to research at the University of Toronto, Canada has emerged as an early leader in the artificial intelligence revolution – but truly reaping its rewards will require political vision, an ongoing commitment to diversity and an appet
It's time to capitalize on Toronto's early lead in artificial intelligence: U of T experts