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Health - Computer Science - 02.12.2022
Solving problems leads to widespread impact
Primary care physicians are sending referrals with a keyhole view of the network of specialists available - at great cost to patients - and RelayMD founders Dhvani Patel and Dr. Ali Qamar are pioneering a way to improve the process.

Computer Science - 27.10.2022
Building a robust artificial intelligence research ecosystem in Canada
Wenhu Chen and Xi He named Canada CIFAR AI Chairs By Joe Petrik Cheriton School of Computer Science Professors Wenhu Chen and Xi He from the Cheriton School of Computer Science have been named Canada CIFAR AI Chairs.

Innovation - Computer Science - 26.10.2022
Gift from Schmidt Futures to spark a revolution in AI-based STEM research at the University of Toronto
With the goal of accelerating scientific research through the application of artificial intelligence, Schmidt Futures is investing $148-million in nine global universities, including the University of Toronto.

Campus - Computer Science - 24.10.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Computer Science - 12.10.2022
AI that can learn patterns of human language
AI that can learn patterns of human language
The model automatically learns higher-level language patterns that can apply to different languages, enabling it to achieve better results Human languages are notoriously complex, and linguists have l

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 07.10.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 05.10.2022
Four startups to watch from University of Toronto Engineering's Hatchery Demo Day 2022
Four startups to watch from University of Toronto Engineering’s Hatchery Demo Day 2022
From brain data software that simplifies neuroscience research to wearable technology that will protect older adults from fall-induced injuries, four student-led startups at the University of Toronto are moving closer to commercial viability.

Physics - Computer Science - 22.09.2022

Health - Computer Science - 22.09.2022
Study looks at impact of artificial intelligence on primary health care
Study looks at impact of artificial intelligence on primary health care
Research shows primary health care and digital health stakeholders are "cautiously optimistic" about AI implementation Whether we're ready or not, artificial intelligence (AI) already plays a role in many healthcare settings. However, cautiously developing, deploying and even defining further AI advancements will determine its impact and efficacy in the years ahead, according to a new Western study.

Computer Science - 16.09.2022

Computer Science - 14.09.2022

Computer Science - Media - 12.09.2022
Student project creates accessible database of Canada's first newspapers
Student project creates accessible database of Canada’s first newspapers
Researchers at the University of Toronto are providing valuable insight into Canadian history by creating an accessible, free database of the nation's first newspapers.

Innovation - Computer Science - 08.09.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 06.09.2022

Social Sciences - Computer Science - 29.08.2022
From air pollution to Indigenous storytelling: New courses at University of Toronto Mississauga
If you could choose any new course to study this year, would you focus on the present and explore the air quality in Peel Region - and its impact on residents?

Event - Computer Science - 23.08.2022

Computer Science - Social Sciences - 19.08.2022

Campus - Computer Science - 03.08.2022

Computer Science - 29.07.2022
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores ’what it means to reckon with memory’
When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them?

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022

Health - Computer Science - 15.07.2022
Open-source tech enables 3D-printed surgical table
The cost of a surgical fracture table generally costs more than $250,000. A Western Engineering-led team has designed and developed a new 3D-printed prototype using open source hardware.

Computer Science - 14.07.2022
’fuzzy’ AI algorithms to aid people with memory loss
A new computer algorithm developed by the University of Toronto's  Parham Aarabi  can store and recall information strategically - just like our brains.

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 11.07.2022
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga’s Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level From Space Invaders to Super Mario, video games are one of the most influential forms of media on the planet.

Computer Science - Physics - 02.06.2022
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Xanadu, a quantum computing startup founded by former University of Toronto post-doctoral physics researcher Christian Weedbrook , has achieved a coveted milestone by demonstrating "quantum advantage

Campus - Computer Science - 30.05.2022

Computer Science - 17.05.2022
Queen’s University report sheds light on big data surveillance in Canada
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Report released by the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen's finds that thoughtful, decisive action is needed to confront the evolving world of surveillance Tuesday, May 17 Kin

Sport - Computer Science - 16.05.2022
Using math to improve your workout
Exercise physiologist and UdeM adjunct professor Guy Thibault is developing a web application for interval training.

Innovation - Computer Science - 06.05.2022
Acceleration Consortium cements partnership with global technology leader Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
As it builds a global community to accelerate the discovery of materials for a healthier, more sustainable future, the  Acceleration Consortium at the University of Toronto recently welcomed a visit from one of its new industry partners : Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany.

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 05.05.2022
Women working for apps like Uber and Doordash often 'brush off' harassment
Women working for apps like Uber and Doordash often ’brush off’ harassment
Q&As Alex Walls Gig industry platforms such as Uber, Doordash, and TaskRabbit fail to acknowledge the realities of women workers' experiences, putting women at financial and personal risk, finds a new study. Researchers interviewed 20 women gig workers in Canada and the U.S. and found that women-who make up approximately half the gig workforce in Canada-often have to 'brush off' harassment for fear of losing work, and available safety tools aren't very effective.

Computer Science - 22.04.2022
How machines behave
How machines behave
It's time for the science of behaviour to extend beyond humans and embrace machines, says UdeM behaviour analyst Marc Lanovaz.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 19.04.2022

Computer Science - Campus - 19.04.2022
The Fondation Courtois gives $159M to UdeM for the discovery of new materials
The Fondation Courtois gives $159M to UdeM for the discovery of new materials
The largest donation ever made for the natural sciences in Canada will enable researchers in chemistry, physics, computer science and operations research to solve the greatest challenges of our time.

Computer Science - Politics - 23.03.2022
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
UdeM cybersecurity researcher Benoît Dupont discusses the use of cyberattacks in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Health - Computer Science - 21.03.2022
New Western specialization links AI and health research  
A new program at Western University will offer graduate students expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning and health care and medicine.

Computer Science - Health - 28.02.2022
Preparing for the next pandemic
An interdisciplinary team of Waterloo alumni and researchers develop an AI-powered surveillance system for future pandemics By Wendy Philpott Faculty of Arts Nobody wants to think about the next pandemic.

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.02.2022
New security tech monitors power use for warning signs of cyberattacks
New technology can protect governments, businesses and other organizations from cyberattacks By Researchers have developed new technology to protect governments, businesses and other organizations from cyberattacks by monitoring for unusual power consumption.