Giuseppe Castiglione, aka Caesar, is a research developer and also our in-house encyclopedia and tango instructor, which probably sounds like a strange combination but will all make perfect sense at the end of this interview.
Borealis AI is proud to have two workshop papers at this year’s International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) conference in Sydney, Australia. Representatives from our team ...
When Canadian Business magazine recognized Amy Xiao as one of Canada’s Developer 30 Under 30, we were elated but hardly surprised. It’s well known that Amy, a junior research developer at Borealis AI, is considered one of the fastest coders in the country.
It’s been a pure labour of love. After months of design, planning, and execution, we’re thrilled to introduce our new office space at the beautiful MaRS Heritage Building in downtown Toronto. Can you picture yourself working here (and not just for spontaneous games of pickup outside the kitchen)?
Borealis AI hit the road (OK the air. Specifically, Porter air) on Wednesday evening to bring a bit of Toronto AI to La Belle Ville. Along with NextAI, Creative Destruction Lab, and the Vector Institute, RBC Research Institute hosted an “AI in Toronto” Happy Hour for students attending the MILA Deep Learning Summer School at the Université de Montreal this week.