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.
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
By developing an app-based video game, Dal Computer Science researchers are hoping to use fun, educational technology to help slow the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases in West Africa.
Rita Orji, assistant professor in the Faculty of Computer Science, is this year’s recipient of the Women Leaders in the Digital Economy Award, presented by Digital Nova Scotia — the second year in a row a Dal Computer Science prof has been recognized with the honour.
A new Dalhousie Art Gallery exhibit commemorates the impacts of the Halifax Explosion. The exhibit launched with a panel discussion last week featuring experts from across various Dal faculties, including Health, Computer Science and Arts & Social Sciences.
Non-profit hEr VOLUTION names Assistant Professor Rita Orji as one of its top 150 Canadian Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), celebrating her as a key influencer in helping advance technology.