Support the next generation of AI talent
The DLRL Summer School is a premier opportunity for institutions, companies and organizations to play a significant role in supporting the next generation of AI talent and building a diverse and prosperous future in AI for Canada. Every year the program features some of the most prominent leaders in the fields of deep learning and reinforcement learning such as Jimmy Ba (Vector Institute, University of Toronto), Yoshua Bengio (Mila, Université de Montréal), Hugo Larochelle (Google Brain), Doina Precup (Mila, McGill University) and Richard Sutton (Amii, University of Alberta).
Benefits of sponsorship
Access to top tier AI talent early in their career
Exposure to critical players in the AI ecosystem and an opportunity to build important connections
Opportunity to support Canada’s leadership in AI through training and talent development. The DLRL Summer School is part of the national program of activities under the CIFAR Pan‑Canadian AI Strategy
Opportunities to be at the forefront of the latest AI trends, issues, research and innovations
The DLRL Summer School Virtual Career Fair
Students at the 2018 DLRL Summer School Career Fair, hosted by the Vector Institute.
Held by the host AI Institutes, the job and data fair is the ideal setting for your organization to showcase its work in AI and opportunities for top global talent to work with you on real-world problems. You are encouraged to send technical professionals to virtually engage and connect with attendees at your organization’s virtual booth.
How can you get involved?
There are three tiers of sponsorship available — Presenting Partner, Sponsor and Supporter. The packages include opportunities to sponsor sessions and activities; feature branding and logo assets on high visibility marketing materials (website, program, social media channels), access to the virtual Career Fair and other DLRL activities.
Sponsor now to secure an opportunity over the next three years
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities
Contact Elissa Strome, Executive Director of the Pan‑Canadian AI Strategy, CIFAR