Vector will build on Canada’s outstanding pool of globally recognized AI expertise by training, attracting and retaining more top researchers who want to lead the world in machine learning and deep learning research, while having the flexibility to work on commercial applications with companies or in their own startups.
We are located at the MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto, part of a dynamic and vibrant community of research, academia, health science and commerce, near the University of Toronto. With state-of-the art facilities, resources and talent, the Vector Institute is the place to come, to be and to stay.
Stay tuned over the coming weeks for more information on jobs such as those posted here, as well as student scholarships, fellowships and programming.
The Vector Institute is seeking a Manager, Marketing & Analytics to join our growing team in Toronto.Read more
The Vector Institute is seeking a Senior AI Software Developer to join our growing team in Toronto.Read more
Vector is hiring Applied Machine Learning Interns to contribute to developing reusable software to apply and scale research breakthroughs in machine learning and AI.Read more
Student & Research Opportunities
The Vector Institute is not a degree-granting institution. Students affiliated with the Vector Institute will be full-time graduate students at an affiliated university. Students interested in studying at Vector should apply directly to departments of affiliated universities where Vector-affiliated faculty hold academic positions, and state in their application their desire to work with Vector-affiliated faculty. Due to volume, individual faculty do not respond to individual requests to evaluate applications.
Please continue to check our website for the most up-to-date list of affiliated universities.
- University of Guelph
- University of Toronto
- University of Waterloo
If you are an undergraduate student or high school student interested in pursuing an education in machine learning and artificial intelligence, you can contact a program administrator or the Office of Research at your university of interest to learn about prerequisites and relevant courses. Students pursuing an education in machine learning and artificial intelligence typically have a strong foundation in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or statistics.
We are in the early stages of building the Vector Institute’s academic programs. Vector is not currently accepting applications for internships, research assistants or visiting scientists.
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