Professor Maura Grossman has been recognized as a pioneer in eDiscovery and development of legal technology by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and Women in eDiscovery (WiE). Read the full story.
Doctors are hoping that artificial intelligence could be the key to detecting signs of melanoma skin cancer far earlier than the current methods of diagnosis allow. The machine-learning software, developed by the University of Waterloo, Canada, would hopefully shorten the current process which relies entirely on patients presenting lesions (such as moles) and doctors then judging them on their appearance alone.
Computer scientists at the University of Waterloo are creating a prototype of a virtual assistant to help people living with Alzheimer’s disease. It will prompt them to complete day-to-day tasks by taking the person’s personality and current state of mind into consideration. Read the full story.