University of Canterbury AI Hub

In the South Island, the University of Canterbury’s AI research centres on machine learning and
algorithm engineering. A team led by Professor Simon Brown is developing neuromorphic computing
technologies; essentially a computer chip that thinks like a brain. Canterbury’s Professor Richard
Jones has led advanced work in application and optimization of AI and machine learning technology
to leading real-time passive brain-computer interfaces, particularly for detection/prediction of
microsleeps and attention lapses from electroencephalogram (EEG). Canterbury also has significant
crossover into the humanities, researching AI technology’s wider impact on society, policy and law.
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Headquarters: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Founded Date: 1873
Employees Number: 1,001-5,000
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