Led by Professor Gregory Dudek, the team will develop technology to enhance wireless communication networks using artificial intelligence (AI)
Samsung’s AI Center has announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility in downtown Montreal, which aims to keep its team focused on improving the quality of wireless networks as well as developing innovative robotic technology.
Founded in 2018 on St. Catherine Street, the Samsung Montreal AI Center recently moved to a new facility in Sherbrook Street West, doubling the size of its original lab. The center will double its team size by adding 15 research scientists to implement advanced AI in telecommunications, machine learning, robotics and other multimodal interactions. Graduate students in related fields are also encouraged to improve their skills through an internship program.
Under the direction of Gregory Dudek, he is a professor at McGill University and specializes in a wide range of AI technologies such as machine learning and robotics. It will be commanded to develop state-of-the-art cellular communications and services, including optimized data access and power efficiency. This study is based on the final results of using AI to improve the quality of service on mobile networks, while the demand is growing rapidly. Also, the team will be responsible for creating sensors for robotic systems for commercial and personal use, which allow cleaning a restaurant, a kitchen or even home storage, for example.
The Samsung Montreal AI Center serves as a hub for collaborations with educational institutions, large universities and startups within the Montreal AI community, helping to develop highly skilled local talent pools.
“The demand for data from mobile device users has never been higher. The combination of AI and machine learning technology will enable the conversions required for the daily use of our mobile devices and reduce energy costs, “he said. Professor Gregory Dudek, Vice President of Research in Samsung Electronics. “The strong AI ecosystem and innovative talent pool in the Montreal area provide a unique environment for us to reach new heights. A
The Samsung Montreal AI Center is part of a network of seven AI centers around the world, including Samsung Research America Silicon Valley and Toronto AI Center. This is SAIT AI Lab Montreal (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) Located at the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA).
“The investment and expansion of the Samsung AI Center in downtown Montreal reaffirms that our metropolis is home to a highly recognized technology hub, especially for artificial intelligence, robotics and machine learning. With its vast university network, its world-renowned researchers and its talent pool, the choice of Montreal is perfectly normal for these companies. We are delighted with Samsung’s contribution to the larger AI ecosystem in Montreal, where the company is developing innovative and contemporary solutions, “he said. Luke Raboin, a member of the executive committee of Montreal CityResponsible for economic and commercial development, knowledge, innovation and design.
Samsung has benefited from the support services of Montreal International and Investment Quebec International for this expansion project.
With more than 600 independent researchers and 14,000 students enrolled in AI-related programs, the Montreal area has one of the best talent pools in the sector. By investing in a new lab in downtown Montreal, Samsung recognizes the power of our AI ecosystem, giving advanced students a new opportunity to advance in their careers. Professor Gregory Dudek’s research in AI and robotics is recognized worldwide, and we are proud that this research will lead to further advances in Montreal, “he said. Stefan Packett, President and CEO of Montreal International.
“By choosing to open this new lab in the Montreal area, Samsung is making sure that our AI ecosystem is very attractive,” he said. Hubert Bolduc, President of Investissement Québec International. “Our experts, both here and in Asia, will continue to support foreign companies’ subsidiaries to facilitate their contribution to the development and promotion of AI skills, while making long-term investments in Quebec.” A
About Samsung AI Center (MTL) (https://research.samsung.com/aicenter_montreal)
Located in Montreal, Canada’s second largest city and home to one of the fastest growing AI communities in the world, the AI Center is one of the largest AI centers in North America, located in Silicon Valley and Toronto. The Center conducts research on machine learning and language comprehension through multimodal interactions in collaboration with the Center. Samsung Research America Silicon Valley and Toronto AI Center. The Samsung AI Center also serves as a hub for collaboration with educational institutions, large universities and startups within the Montreal AI community, harnessing the region’s extraordinary AI talent.
About Montreal International (www.montrealinternational.com)
Montreal International (MI) is a non-profit organization funded by the private sector, the governments of Quebec and Canada, the Montreal Metropolitan Community and the City of Montreal. MI’s mandate is to attract and retain foreign investment, international organizations, skilled workers and international students in the metropolitan area.
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