Nova Scotia’s new premier Iain Rankin visited Dalhousie this week, touring the lab of Tesla Canada Research Chair Jeff Dahn and speaking about the province's recent investing in computer science education.
Computer scientists with Dalhousie's DeepSense team are helping make marine environmental monitoring for tidal-energy projects easier, more reliable and more effective by creating custom applications for use by researchers and developers.
Using AI to understand ocean trends, plotting breakthroughs in solar-energy storage, and slashing exposures to cancer-causing substances: Learn more about some of the exceptional Dal-led projects to receive funding this week from the Canada Foundation for Innovation.
New research from Dalhousie is using artificial intelligence to analyze the public emotions expressed through millions of tweets across the globe and identify trends that could make a significant impact in this area.
With equipment funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, Dal's Rita Orji explores the dynamic field of persuasive technology, developing interactive digital systems that motivate healthy behaviours.
Co-chaired by dean of the Faculty of Computer Science, Dr. Andrew Rau-Chaplin and Dr. Stan Matwin, the "Learn and Work" report, which examines how Nova Scotia can invest in communications technology to support a diverse, digital-ready workforce and make data accessible to decision makers.
Researchers at Dalhousie and ocean data analytics innovation environment DeepSense have developed a machine learning method for predicting wind speed and wave height measurement — research with direct impact on managing safety in the Halifax Harbour.
The Royal Society of Canada, which brings together scholars, artists and scientists peer-elected as the best in their fields, is welcoming five new Dalhousie members this year, including new College member, Faculty of Computer Science researcher, Dr. Rita Orji