Thierry Judge has automated the time-consuming and redundant task of contouring ultrasound images of the heart, a necessary step in diagnosing heart disease that up until now has been conducted manually
Pascal McCarthy is helping athletes perform better and stay injury-free by analyzing and improving both the way they move and their mental wellbeing — all using a state-of-the-art AI-based platform he created.
A Montreal innovator is on a mission to better predict and prevent strokes so fewer families endure the sudden loss of a loved one. Her first-of-its-kind tool uses cutting-edge AI and image analysis technologies to make more accurate stroke predictions
Throughout Canada, stark disparities exist when it comes to accessing mental health services and resources, especially within Indigenous communities. To close the gap, we must examine these issues through a decidedly placed Indigenous lens.
Given the close physical similarity between orangutans and humans as great ape species, an AI model developed by EAIGLE has been adapted for use at the Toronto Zoo and is quickly becoming the ‘gold standard’ when it comes to monitoring animal welfare
Ontario start-up builds and commercializes tools based on classical quantum information theory to ensure the highest level of security and communication over public and private networks, paving the way for the future quantum Internet
Originally created as a meetup group for LGBTQ tech professionals, QueerTech is now a national organization that is seeking to gain an understanding of the lived experiences of queer folk in tech, thanks to research funded by Mitacs
When it comes to finding cures for rare diseases and addressing emerging viral infections — like COVID-19 — the traditional pharmaceutical business model just doesn’t cut it. Solutions require global collaboration and open-access research, and that means a new research innovation ecosystem — exactly what the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) is building.