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Mar. 15, 2017 University of Waterloo Research Talk: Colourful X-rays

Colourful X-rays

X-ray technology is at the beginning of a digital revolution that will transform the Canadian healthcare system by detecting diseases, like cancer and heart disease, faster, more accurately, and with less radiation than traditional X-ray machines, allowing patients to begin treatment sooner.

Discover how large area, multi-spectral digital X-ray machines are driving medical imaging into the 21st century with Electrical and Computer Engineering

Mar. 2, 2017 Amazon backs waterloo student program to advance operational AI

Engineering students at the University of Waterloo will apply classroom lessons in artificial intelligence (AI) to help develop new uses for a voice-activated virtual assistant system in a program funded by Amazon.

For details, visit the following link:

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Feb. 3, 2017 UW Cheriton School of Computer Science Distinguished Lectures Series by Eric Horvitz, Technical Fellow and Managing Director, Microsoft Research

CPAMI would like to inform and invite its members and associates on the following two events held by Eric Horvitz, who is a distinguished AI researcher and Microsoft Research Lab Director. The two distinguished lectures will be held  on February 9 and February 10th. The events are part of UW Cheriton School of Computer Science  Distinguished Lectures Series:

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