Thanks to all the audiences for our talk: AI and how SAS is delivering an AI platform! There will be more events coming up, follow us on Linkedin or Wechat. Here follows the slides of this talk,credit to SAS executive----Steve Holder:
for Alberta AI Association Young Students Education Program
Jan 25, 2018
Edmonton, Alberta Part time
Job Title: Part time Python Instructor –Alberta AI Association Young Students Education Program
Primary Duty and Responsibilities: The main responsibility of the instructor is to provide instruction in AI knowledge and Python programming details in the classroom. Following Alberta AI Association Training and Education standards , the instructor create lesson plans for classroom and some interesting topics related to AI application and new development. The instructor MUST take various learning styles and abilities into account when developing these plans and modify as needed. The instructor MUST be able to demonstrate enough patient to help young students (around 10‐12 years old) to understand the topics.
Eligibility: The instructor should possess strong organizational, leadership and communication skills and work independently while teaching a classroom of 10‐12 students. They should also be strong problem solvers when applying classroom management strategies. Base on the Job specification, we are looking at the following Core Skills:
Developing engaging lesson plans and curricula
Fluently English speaking skill
An In‐Depth understanding of AI and Python language
Previous teaching experience is asset
Implementing activities to stimulate student learning
Be able to work during the weekend
Hours of work: 1.5‐2 hours per class, on Saturday or Sunday. Payment: $50 - $75 per class Job type: Part-time Recruitment Organization: Alberta Artificial Intelligence Association (AlbertaAI)
Please submit cover letter and resume attention to:AlbertaAI.email@example.com We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The TusStar start-up incubator presentation
By Yongzhe Hong Nov 28, 2017
Ms. Wei Han, Director of Institute Collaboration of Tusholdings Co. and Deputy General Manager of TusStar Business Incubator visited Edmonton with a delegation of Tusholdings and interacted with Chinese Immigrants and students on Nov 22, 2017. This event was organized by AlbertaAI Association, University of Alberta Chinese Graduate Students’ Club (UA - CGSC), Edmonton IT Club (EITC) and Tsinghua Alumni Association of Edmonton (TAAE). There were more than 70 people attended this event.
Intelligent transportation, smart cities and autonomous driving ——AI Lecture Series II Oct 29, 2017
The "intelligent transportation, smart cities and autonomous driving” lecture was successfully held at the University of Alberta at NRE 2-001 on Oct 21, 2017. About 80 participants attended this event. Zhijun Qiu (University of Alberta tenure professor), Lihang Ying (AlbertaAI President), Lixin Liu (TusStar Alberta COO) and Yuxi Li (reinforcement learning experts) gave the fabulous talks and answer the questions from the audiences. AlbertaAI VP-External Yifei Wang hosted this event. University of Alberta Chinese Graduate Students’ Club (UA - CGSC), Edmonton IT Club (EITC) and Tsinghua Alumni Association of Edmonton (TAAE) are the co-organizer of this event.
The Alberta Artificial Intelligence Association (AlbertaAI) is a non-profit, non-political organization founded by a group of passionate volunteers. Established in September 2017, in the City of Edmonton in the Province of Alberta, Canada, the Association strives to serve as a high-profile organization. Our missions are 1) to contribute to the Alberta AI ecosystem, by 1.1) helping increase the awareness of AI potentials, 1.2) fostering the development and exchange of AI knowledge and ideas, and 1.3) facilitating the commercialization of AI research and diversifying Alberta’s economy, and 2) to connect Alberta AI community to the world, by 2.1) helping expose Albertans to more opportunities in the world, 2.2) helping attract more talents and investments to Alberta, and 2.3) helping establish collaborations between Alberta and international AI communities. In addition, the AlbertaAI also supports the development of chapters around the world by members and alumni of Albertan universities.