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An Ontario firm's machine learning tools are helping legal professionals give clients what they need in a faster and more cost-effective way. Get the full story This AI Reads Contracts So You Don’t Have To
The full capabilities of artificial intelligence will require faster chips. A Toronto start-up is at the forefront of totally changing the game. Get the full story A Chip Off the New Block in AI
Falls are more frequent for seniors with dementia, but a video-based monitoring system could predict them days or weeks ahead of time. Get the full story Protection Cometh Before a Fall
Prisons are overlooked hot spots for COVID-19, and incarcerated people are among society's most vulnerable when it comes to outbreaks. Get the full story Should Prison Inmates Get Early Vaccine Access?
Outdoor rinks aren't just a good way to exercise during the pandemic, they also provide some unique types of public encounters. Get the full story There’s Something Special Out on the Ice
OK, a human-written headline doesn't have that power... but marketing campaigns using AI and machine learning are another story. Get the full story This Headline Knows Exactly What You Want
You've likely never heard of actinium-225. There's not much of it in nature. But a Canadian partnership to produce it may change everything. Get the full story Will Earth’s ‘Rarest Drug’ Revolutionize Cancer Treatment?
Within a few years, surgeons could be using photoacoustic microscopes to get real-time guidance to help them fully remove brain tumours. Get the full story From Slicing to Scoping: The Future of Brain Surgery
The effects of climate change have decimated the world's corals, but new research could help guide conservation efforts going forward. Get the full story A ‘Pathway for Survival’ Emerges for Coral Reefs