Ask AI is committed to increase awareness, understanding, and support for the important work being done by AI/ML teams across Canada.
Our Team Check-Ins are a simple and fun way to share updates of your latest research, product launch, or company news with our community.
HOW IT WORKS
It's simple. Just record a video answering 5 basic questions and upload it for us to edit and share via our social media pages, YouTube channel, podcast (audio only), blog, chatbot, and newsletter.
Ideal total recording time should be around10-12 minutes.
WHO ARE YOU?
Provide short bio of presenters(s) and your organization.
Provide a clear name and summarize in under 8 bullets.
WHY DOES THIS MATTER?
What came before this? Who will be impacted (and how)?
WHO IS INVOLVED?
Give shout outs to contributors, advisors, partners, and sponsors.
Is there a call to action? Anything to watch out for?
REQUEST TEAM CHECK-IN
We typically "green light" positive requests within10 days via reply email.
Once approved, we email a link to a Google Drive folder where teams can upload their raw recording for us to edit and publish.
Millions of lives (and livelihoods) will be impacted by the predictions, automated decisions, and augmented processes that are associated with artificial intelligence technology.
As caretakers of the sector, we have a collective responsibility to share the risks, challenges, and benefits associated with AI with our fellow human beings.
The goal of Team Updates (and all Ask AI content) is to equip students, workers, and policy-makers with the knowledge to ask the right questions when they are confronted with the inevitable change that's being driven by artificial intelligence technology.
When you submit your idea please be concise about the nature of the update
When recording, please follow the 5 question format :)
Don't worry about re-starting answers when recording - we do the editing!
Please consider your answers in advance to avoid reliance on ad lib
Please keep the total duration under 10 minutes
Feel free to include more than one presenter, but avoid speaking over each other
Important: use a decent microphone!
If you want to include visual aids (such as slides) please describe in detail what is being shown for our audio-only audience!