Outsource AI

Harness the power of Artificial Intelligence for your business.


Integrating AI into the enterprise


OUTSOURCE AI is a network of AI experts, engineers, computer scientists, and mathematicians from the University of Toronto. We help organizations harness the power of their data by building customized AI applications that are easy to integrate into existing processes. Moreover, we utilize the latest machine-learning and computer vision techniques to train models that give the most accurate results.

Our 3 Step Process:

#1. Consultation. We’ll explain the latest AI, machine learning, and deep learning techniques.

#2. Idea Generation. We’ll analyze your specific problems, determine goals, and identify solutions.

#3. Development. We’ll build customized AI solutions which will revolutionize your business.


Want to do a project with us?


Want to do a project with us? OUTSOURCE AI is a leading artificial intelligence solutions provider (20+ Projects Completed). We leverage the power of AI, Machine Learning, and Computer Vision to solve a wide array of problems. Moreover, we pinpoint key areas where AI solutions will have maximum impact on your business. Ready to start?


Latest U of T NEWS

Jul, 25 CVPR 2017: Best Paper Honorable Mention and Best Student Paper Award
  Of the five award categories with a total of seven awards, U of T computer science received two awards at CVPR, the premier annual computer vision event.
Jul, 20 ACM SIGGRAPH: Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
  Matthew O’Toole (PhD 2016) receives Honorable Mention for "Optical Linear Algebra for Computational Light Transport".
Jul, 20 ACM SIGPLAN: John C. Reynolds Doctoral Dissertation Award
  Honorable Mention went to Zachary Kincaid (PhD 2016) for "Parallel Proofs for Parallel Programs".
Jul, 19 Power shift: U of T researcher applies AI to monitor city’s electrical grid
  Professor Kyros Kutulakos and lead researchers at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, are presenting their study Computational Imaging on the Electric Grid on July 22
Jul, 13 Canada’s next Governor General’s connection to U of T Computer Science
  Julie Payette wrote her U of T Engineering master's thesis on computer-based second-language instruction. Her thesis was co-supervised by Professor Graeme Hirst.
Jul, 11 Dataset Award: Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing 2017
  Qingnan Zhou, Adobe Research and Assistant Professor Alec Jacobson were recognized with the Dataset Award at SGP 2017 for Thingi10k.
Jul, 10 Classic Papers: Articles That Have Stood The Test of Time
  In June, Google released its Classic Papers, "a collection of highly-cited papers in their area of research that have stood the test of time". A few of these papers have a U of T connection.
Jul, 07 Q&A: U of T grad receives Governor General's Gold Medal for work in AI and health care
  Katie Fraser's work in computational linguistics bridges AI with health care. She and her startup colleagues at WinterLight Labs hope to improve Canadians' lives with tools for the early detection of dementia.