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Cerence Partners with Mila Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute

Auto News - Published on Wed, 16 Oct 2019

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Cerence Inc announced that it is now a resident partner of Mila, Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute, an academic institution dedicated to supporting researchers specialising in the field of deep learning. The partnership enables Cerence and Mila to further research and advance cutting-edge work in machine learning and enhance automotive AI applications. As part of the relationship, Cerence researchers will work with Mila interns on projects and contribute to research, publications, and presentations in an AI lab at Mila’s Montreal headquarters, just a short distance from Cerence’s Montreal office, one of its key global R&D sites with nearly 450 employees.

Founded by world-renowned deep learning expert and recipient of the prestigious 2018 Turing Prize Yoshua Bengio, Mila is an epicentre of artificial intelligence and machine learning research, seeking to create a space for innovation in artificial intelligence and technology while fostering strong synergy and knowledge exchange between academic research and innovators in society. As the leading provider of AI-powered automotive assistant technologies to automakers worldwide, Cerence’s global research and development organisation is more than 700 strong, with a tenured and experienced team dedicated to building human-like, innovative in-car experiences with their foundations in AI-powered speech recognition; natural language understanding and generation; and multi-modal technologies like gaze, gesture and emotion recognition.

Cerence delivers immersive experiences that make people feel happier, safer, more informed, and more entertained in their cars. Bringing together voice, touch, gesture, emotion, and gaze innovations, it creates deeper connections between drivers, their cars and the digital world around them. Cerence powers AI in nearly 300 million cars on the road globally across more than 70 languages and for nearly every major automaker in the world, including Audi, BMW, Daimler, Ford, Geely, GM, SAIC, Toyota, and many more.

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Posted By : Mohan Sharma on Wed, 16 Oct 2019
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