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Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Winners this year include researchers from the Faculties of Computer Science, Management, Law, and Health.
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Halifax is fast becoming one of Canada’s most exciting and vibrant technology and innovation hubs. Here, businesses, talents and great ideas have merged to build the perfect ecosystem for innovation
Interdisciplinary PhD student, Jee In Kim's research explores how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help to combat antimicrobial resistance, which is when bacteria no longer responds to antibiotics
Becca Rawcliffe and Genevieve MacIntyre  –  Research, Faculty, Graduate, Outreach, HCI, Visualization, Graphics, Students
Friday, October 15, 2021
A unique storytelling project created by faculty members at Dalhousie finds a public audience this weekend as part of Halifax's annual Nocturne arts festival.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Santosh Medisetty and Vishnu Kandimalla are putting the skills they've learned in Dal's Master of Computer Science program to work in helping solve problems in ocean technology.
Monday, June 28, 2021
The victory marked the first time a Canadian team has ever won the competition, which is the largest artificial intelligence (AI) soccer simulation in the world.
Becca Rawcliffe  –  Graduate, Innovation, Undergraduate, Students
Thursday, June 24, 2021
The ShiftKey Labs hackathon series is providing opportunities for students to tackle real challenges in partnership with industry
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Researchers at Dalhousie and Penn State have used artificial intelligence to unravel the sentiments in nursing mothers’ tweets to better understand the factors influencing breastfeeding behaviors.
Stacey Pineau (with files from Becca Rawcliffe)  –  Research, Faculty, Graduate, Here We Code, Innovation, Big Data & Machine Learning
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
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.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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.
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