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  1. Presenters: Brant Coghlan, Randy Goebel Networking, Collaboration & Industrial Outreach

  2. One Industrial Perspective “If you invent a breakthrough in artificial intelligence, so machines can learn, that is worth 10 Microsofts.” – Bill Gates, quoted in New York Times March 1, 2004

  3. Overview • role in innovation food chain • building industrial/scientific interaction capacity • ML problem solving seminars • summary of learning architectures • structuring industrial engagement • identifying willing collaborators • maintaining project collaborations • Summary

  4. Current Partners INDUSTRIAL • net-linx • BioTools • BioWare • Random Knowledge • Electronic Arts • IBM • Google • RedEngine GOVERNMENT • Alberta Employment, Immigration & Industry SCIENTIFIC • Cross Cancer Institute • UofC • Institute for Biocomplexity and Informatics • UofA • Business School • Medical School • Physics Dept. • Statistics Dept. • Computing Science Dept. • DFKI (Germany) • NII (Japan) • NICTA (Australia)

  5. Research, Development, Application research development application

  6. Research, Development, Application

  7. Research, Development, Application Energy Life Sciences ICT AICML Onware net-linx

  8. Research, Development, Application Innovation Food Chain

  9. Commercial value Market development LOW Industrial interaction Banks Enabling research RISK Venture Investors Foundational research FFF/Angel Investors Sponsors HIGH Public/Social resources Innovation Food Chain (IFC) $

  10. Commercial value Market development LOW Industrial interaction Banks Enabling research RISK Venture Investors Foundational research FFF/Angel Investors Sponsors HIGH Public/Social resources Innovation Food Chain (IFC) $

  11. Financial Resources (06-07) (07-08 already has >$100K) In-Kind ($620,000) Cumulative Total $10,493,764 (07-08 expected >$1M) Total Allocatable Funding $3,595,904

  12. Building Industrial Capacity • AICML resources for industrial interaction • Building Receptor Capacity • Models of Engagement • HQP sharing, contracts, information sharing, consulting • Developing Tools • learning architectures • structuring industrial engagement • identifying specific industry receptor capacity • identifying willing collaborators • maintaining project collaborations

  13. Evolution of Scientific/Industrial Collaboration • invest in increased industrial interaction • develop communication plan • develop joint entrepreneur presentations with TecEdmonton • continue to survey partners to assess industry needs • further develop formal details of engagement models (e.g., contracts template)

  14. Summary • role in innovation food chain • building industrial/scientific interaction capacity • ML problem solving seminars • summary of learning architectures • structuring industrial engagement • identifying willing collaborators • maintaining project collaborations