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Computer Science - 17.04.2024
Yoshua Bengio named one of TIME magazine's 100 most influential people in the world
Yoshua Bengio named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.04.2024
Governance and policymaking in the AI era

Physics - Computer Science - 12.04.2024
IQC is an international destination for quantum innovation
IQC is an international destination for quantum innovation

Computer Science - Innovation - 05.04.2024
Expert explainer: 'Is this a deepfake'' Why we're asking the wrong question
Expert explainer: ’Is this a deepfake’’ Why we’re asking the wrong question

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 01.04.2024
A decade of winning ideas
A decade of winning ideas

Computer Science - Astronomy / Space - 27.03.2024
Where’s the best place to see the eclipse? There’s an app for that
Developed by two UdeM computer-science students, Mon Éclipse simulates the path of the April 8 total eclipse of the sun.

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.03.2024
Waterloo Blockchain growing by leaps and bounds
Waterloo Blockchain growing by leaps and bounds

Computer Science - Innovation - 19.02.2024
UdeM partners with a South Korean company on AI

Computer Science - Mathematics - 06.02.2024
University of Waterloo joins Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance

Innovation - Computer Science - 30.01.2024
The future of AI will be robust, reasoning and responsible

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.01.2024
Using technology to help humans flourish
Opinion: Prioritizing purpose and values over moving fast and breaking things when it comes to new technology Faculty of Mathematics Edith Law is a professor at the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, where she co-directs the Human-Computer Interaction Lab.

Innovation - Computer Science - 18.01.2024
Can we really trust AI?

Environment - Computer Science - 11.12.2023
Rendering a winter wonderland
New computer model of snow has applications for climate science and computer graphics As snow flurries mark the beginning of winter, a team of University of Waterloo researchers have digitized the white stuff into a new model that can be applied to better understand the impact of climate change.

Computer Science - 06.12.2023
Expert insight: Third-party Xbox controller ban could leave disabled gamers excluded
Expert insight: Third-party Xbox controller ban could leave disabled gamers excluded

Computer Science - Innovation - 29.11.2023
Researching the cutting edge of 5G network slicing technology
Waterloo works in partnership with Rogers to revolutionize the landscape of telecommunication and network management By Jordan Flemming University Relations The emergence of 5G technology is transforming telecommunications, granting people and industry remarkable capabilities.

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.11.2023
Computer Science students win top prize at the 30th Social Impact Showcase

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.11.2023
Computer Science students win top prize at the 30th annual Social Impact Showcase

Computer Science - Physics - 17.11.2023
Three Waterloo researchers named Canada Excellence Research Chairs

Mechanical Engineering - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
New digital simulation tool for gear machining saves time and money
Researchers in the Faculty of Engineering have developed software that simulates and optimizes gear cutting processes to improve productivity Lisa Loiselle Gears are common machine components used in

Computer Science - Environment - 10.11.2023
The AI revolution is here
The AI revolution is here

History / Archeology - Computer Science - 08.11.2023
Using AI to decipher historical manuscripts
Using AI to decipher historical manuscripts
Jean-Olivier Dicaire-Leduc throws light on hundreds of previously illegible pages of handwritten documents - some more than 350 years old - using text-recognition software powered by AI.

Computer Science - Economics - 02.11.2023
Waterloo’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute secures $3.3M in NCC funding

Campus - Computer Science - 02.11.2023
Women from UWaterloo named among Canada’s most powerful

Computer Science - 02.11.2023
Yoshua Bengio to shepherd a report on the risks of AI
Yoshua Bengio to shepherd a report on the risks of AI

Politics - Computer Science - 30.10.2023
What can make AI safer?
UdeM's Yoshua Bengio and Catherine Régis are set to participate in the AI Safety Summit in England. On Wednesday and Thursday, world experts on artificial intelligence will gather at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, England for the AI Safety Summit 2023 .

Innovation - Computer Science - 27.10.2023
Math event will tackle risks of AI

Health - Computer Science - 25.10.2023
Setting standards and unlocking the potential of synthetic data in health research
Waterloo researchers collaborate with The Ottawa Hospital and other Canadian institutions on initiatives for public health, privacy and security By Jordan Flemming University Relations At the intersec

Computer Science - Innovation - 13.10.2023
Exploring the future of cybersecurity and privacy across diverse application domains

Health - Computer Science - 21.09.2023
$4.5 million for three FRQS Dual Chairs in Artificial Intelligence and Health co-led by McGill researchers
The FRQS Dual AI Chairs Program supports research collaborations across disciplines in pursuit of the significant potential of AI to address some of humanity's greatest health challenges.

Computer Science - Environment - 31.08.2023
Ready for the next challenge

Innovation - Computer Science - 30.08.2023
The future of AI is interdisciplinary
Canada Research Chair in Technology and Social Change is advancing artificial intelligence with more diverse human experiences By Wendy Philpott Faculty of Arts Dr. Lai-Tze Fan wants to make a more equitable AI. Critical approaches to advancing artificial intelligence are urgent, she says. "We tend to want AI to do more and more tasks for us and not be involved ourselves.

Economics - Computer Science - 23.08.2023
From founders’ idealism to flourishing startup

Computer Science - 14.08.2023
Q and A with the experts: The importance of quantum-safe cyber security today and for the future

Computer Science - 28.07.2023
Q and A with the experts: What is watermarking?
Waterloo professor Florian Kerschbaum discusses the effectiveness of watermarking AI-generated content AI companies such as OpenAI, Alphabet, the parent company of Google, and Meta Platforms have made voluntary commitments to implement measures such as watermarking AI-generated content to help make the technology safer.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 28.07.2023
Supporting safer cities with 5G technology
UWaterloo and Rogers partnership helps transform infrastructure inspections Office of Research Smart cities are moving towards the automation of many essential services. Quality of life for city residents relies on the safety of its buildings, roads, bridges and other infrastructures. Manual inspection of these infrastructures, besides being costly, is a tedious task that requires special skills and intense labour - especially when access to some sites, like bridges, is not easy.

Computer Science - 24.07.2023
The promise of watermarking AI content
Cybersecurity researchers encouraged by recent announcement on AI labels but questions remain By Jon Parsons Faculty of Mathematics The recent announcement by a group of major tech companies about wat

Computer Science - 20.07.2023
Dreaming in technicolour
Waterloo computer scientists develop a tool to help people use colour better in graphic design A team of computer scientists and designers based out of the University of Waterloo have developed a tool to help people use colour better in graphic design. The tool, De-Stijl, uses powerful machine learning technology to suggest intuitive colour palettes for novice designers and inexperienced users.

Health - Computer Science - 14.07.2023
Open-source medicine autoinjector
Open-source medicine autoinjector
Western team creates open-source medicine autoinjector 3-D printed device costs one-tenth of commercial alternatives, could revolutionize health-care for isolated, disadvantaged communities Sir Frederick Banting was clearly ahead of his time.

Computer Science - Campus - 23.06.2023
Autonomous racing team achieves personal best in Italian race
After four races on oval tracks, driverless race car faces first road test By Melodie Roschman Faculty of Mathematics Last weekend, University of Waterloo students on a multi-school autonomous racing

Innovation - Computer Science - 14.06.2023
Pushing the speed limit: What will the future of the Internet look like?
More people rely on the Internet to work, play, shop, and connect with others, growing the demand for global data traffic by 40% every year.

Computer Science - Health - 08.06.2023
New 3D-printed, open-source walker breaks borders for life-long mobility
New 3D-printed, open-source walker breaks borders for life-long mobility
Innovation allows people to manufacture their own customizable mobility device, which costs significantly less than commercial model Western engineers have created a new static, four-legged walker tha

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.06.2023
Human intelligence grapples with artificial intelligence in the theatre
In collaboration with UdeM, the Posthumains theatre company and Duceppe are staging a play about the social implications of AI.

Health - Computer Science - 06.06.2023
UBC experts on artificial intelligence
Last week, artificial intelligence (AI) experts said mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority.

Computer Science - 02.06.2023
Waterloo tops the competition at 2023 ICPC North America Championship

Computer Science - Campus - 19.05.2023
Students from Ukraine take part in University of Toronto's computer science summer research program
Students from Ukraine take part in University of Toronto’s computer science summer research program

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 19.05.2023
Interactive 'Stargazer' camera robot that can help film tutorial videos
Interactive ’Stargazer’ camera robot that can help film tutorial videos
A group of computer scientists from the University of Toronto wants to make it easier to film how-to videos.

Computer Science - Innovation - 18.05.2023
Launch of the Multidisciplinary Institute for Cybersecurity and Cyber Resilience (IMC2)

Computer Science - 17.05.2023
Waterloo doctoral candidate focuses on ways to make virtual reality more accessible
May 17, 2023 Inclusive research method connects with disability communities for better outcomes By Dr. Christine Zaza Disability Inclusion Office Computer science doctoral candidate Johann Wentzel aims to make virtual reality (VR) more accessible for disabled people.

Computer Science - Music - 03.05.2023
How does Spotify know what you like? Expert sheds light on 'recommender' systems at University of Toronto event
How does Spotify know what you like? Expert sheds light on ’recommender’ systems at University of Toronto event

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 01.05.2023
Lose weight now with a new miracle drug!
It sounds too good to be true-and it is. But when you see a headline like that online, it's tempting to click on it.
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