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Join our meetup, learn, connect, share, and get to know your Toronto AI community. 



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Meet 5000+ like-minded AI pioneers from the GTA. Share ideas, concepts, and promote your innovations at our regular meetups. We use as our event platform and we use to act as a central point for all things Toronto AI.

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Toronto Speakers

From quantum computing to cancer detection, there is a wide variety of topics for everyone.

Live Demos & Presentations

We invite Toronto’s brightest to participate, share, and showcase some of the worlds leading developments in AI. Deep dive with us into the world of Artificial Intelligence and see how it is already making an impact on the way we work and interact with our world.

We feature hands on demos, live demonstrations, and never before seen presentations.

We have open dialogue for floor questions & on-the-fly topic discussions such as AI ethics or AI & quantum computing, let your voice be heard!


Join us on this journey into the next computing era where we see how Fintech, Health Care, Art, Music, Film, HR, Marketing, Manufacturing, Education, Transportation and the way we communicate is drastically being changed forever.


  • Hack Nights

    We also have meetup hack nights where you bring your laptop to share and work on your latest AI models.

  • AI Models

    We mix it up and navigate the landscape of AI models. Convolutional, capsule, recurrent, sequence, and many more. You should check out our cool ‘Flower Space’ auto encoder.

  • Start Up Code

    We have instructions and some sample code to get you up and running with AI on your laptop. Everyone is welcome to jump in no matter what your skill level. Come test it out!

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