Motion capture is a fascinating, quickly advancing area
of scientific research. The technology, which was first
introduced as a concept close to 100 years ago, can now
be implemented anytime, anywhere, and can be used to
evaluate a person’s performance, treatment or experience.
While artificial intelligence isn’t new by any stretch — the earliest successful AI program dates back to the 1950s — it has been a hot topic this year. But it’s not just about the scientific disciplines. Visual artists, writers, choreographers and more are learning how to live in harmony with the simulation of human intelligence.
Toronto’s Vector Institute is one of only three AI hubs in Canada. Six years after its inception, it continues to foster the smartest minds in AI, machine learning and deep learning, and plays a major role in helping companies realize and achieve their AI goals.