Technical - Partner Event

AI Seminar – Bruce Matichuk

When
May 28, 2021 - May 28, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST
Where

Online

Abstract: GPT-3 has become a popular tool for language processing. This talk will review GPT-3 and demonstrate some of its core capabilities and applications. One of the applications of GPT-3 is for implementing conversational systems. Health Gauge, is an Edmonton based company with a Health Information platform is using GPT-3 to build a product called “AI Health Coach”. Wearable data and health journaling information is collected on the platform. The talk will review our development efforts to incorporate GPT-3 into Health Coach to assist with monitoring and managing health related issues.

Presenter Bio: Bruce Matichuk is the Co-Founder and CTO of Health Gauge an Edmonton based company building a health information platform. Bruce has an MSc in Computing Science from the UofA and has worked as the CTO for several AI based startups in the region including Celcorp, Poynt, Clinitrust, and AiDANT. Bruce has published research in the area of AI and has filed several patents relating to the use of AI in industry. Bruce’s research focus is in intelligent agents including automated code generation, visual recognition and conversational system. Bruce also provides regular talks to industry on the emergence and use of AI.


The University of Alberta Artificial Intelligence (AI) Seminar is a weekly meeting where researchers (including students, developers, and professors) interested in AI can share their current research. Presenters include local speakers from the University of Alberta and industry as well as other institutions. The seminars discuss a wide range of topics related in any way to Artificial Intelligence, from foundational theoretical work to innovative applications of AI techniques to new fields and problems are of interest. Learn more at the AI Seminar website and by subscribing to the mailing list!

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