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A new basketball-playing robot called MyJay is part of a vision for a future in which social robots are accessible to children in public schools and libraries.
Canada has a historic opportunity to emerge from the public health crisis stronger than before with innovative policies and investments that embrace change
Intelligence-driven tech supports both individuals in crisis and the officers assisting them
Trexo Robotics has engineered a wearable solution for kids living with mobility challenges
New framework aims to avoid unintentional consequences of technology
Computer science student uses machine learning to optimize operating room efficiency
Waterloo PhD student creates app that prevents you from losing your phone
Designed to interact with people, the humanoid robot will be trained to eventually support in situations that are too dangerous, too repetitive or too boring for humans
Waterloo PhD student helps create an app that notifies users of potential exposure to COVID
Waterloo students help create COVID-tracking platform used by more than 300,000 people in first week
Engineering students are looking for help from academics and industry to refine and produce their low-cost, portable ventilator
Production focus pivots to 3D-printed parts for face shields worn by health-care professionals
Waterloo researchers lead open-source project to improve COVID-19 screening using artificial intelligence (AI) and chest x-rays
How Waterloo’s startup and co-op connection is future-proven
In an industry with soaring growth, keeping air travel sustainable means training future aviators to transform the industry
New robotics lab is asking big questions that will shape our future
The key to people trusting and co-operating with artificially intelligent (AI) agents lies in their ability to display humanlike emotions, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Waterloo.