We have an intimate relationship with technology. It is infused in our daily life, from our home and car to our finances and health care. As we welcome new technologies into our most personal spaces, there is a growing recognition that design-based thinking needs to consider ethics and the users it serves.
Shi Cao, Assistant Professor from Systems Design Engineering was featured on 570 news Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke to talk about wearable technology, its applications and challenges. Listen online at the 24:00 minute mark.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a new way to prevent and treat Chlamydia, the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection in the world.
The new treatment differs from the traditional anti-biotic treatment as it is a type of gene therapy that is delivered via nanotechnology and is showing a 65 per cent success rate in preventing chlamydia infection on a single dose.
CBB member, Dr. Alexander Wong from Systems Design Engineering was interviewed in The O’Reilly Data Show on his research about designing a human-in-the-loop platform for building deep neural networks with efficient network architectures [Systems Design Engineering News]