- June, 3, 2016: AI GI CRV 2016 concluded this afternoon. Lots of thanks for all the participants and student volunteers. See you next year!
- June, 1, 2016: The NSERC Computer Science Liaison Committee gave a talk at the conference reception. Please see the slides here.
- May, 28, 2016: There will be a meeting of the CHCCS to greet the Graphics Interface delegates at GI 2016. Snacks and first drink supplied at the University Club between 5pm and 8pm on May 31st.
- May, 16, 2016: The CANVAS 2016 visual analytics summer school will be hosted in University of Victoria from June 3 - 5, right after the AIGICRV conference.
The CANVAS Summer School series has provided opportunities to learn about visual analytics (VA) from both academic and industry experts in the VA field. Past CANVAS events have included a focused VA learning experience for participating students. CANVAS 2016 will continue this format. The CANVAS Summer School is affliated with the Canadian Network for Visual Analytics (CANVAC).
If you are interested, please go to the summer school's website (http://canvas2016.canvac.org/) for more information.
The 2016 AI/GI/CRV Conference is a collaboration of three leading conferences: Artificial Intelligence 2016, Graphics Interface 2016 and Computer and Robot Vision 2016. It will bring together hundreds of leaders in research, industry, and government, as well as Canada's most accomplished students, to showcase Canada's ingenuity, innovation and leadership in intelligent systems and advanced information and communications technology.
The Artificial Intelligence conference's mission is to foster excellence and leadership in research, development and education in Canada's artificial intelligence community by facilitating the exchange of knowledge through various media and venues.
Graphics Interface is the Canadian annual conference devoted to computer graphics, interactive systems, and human-computer interaction. It is the oldest regularly-scheduled computer graphics and human-computer interaction conference; the first conference was held in 1969.
Computer and Robot Vision, formerly known as Vision Interface (VI), is the Canadian annual conference related to any aspect of computer vision, robot vision, robotics, medical imaging, image processing or pattern recognition.