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Waterloo lab turns remote sensor data into public health information
Waterloo researcher is using AI to make legal document review more effective and efficient
When doctors wanted the best outcomes, they called on math researchers at Waterloo
Meet the Waterloo student enabling quantum computers to solve real-world problems
The Waterloo Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute is tackling security challenges before they arise
Faire taps into local talent to build region’s latest billion-dollar business
Waterloo researchers are looking beyond the hype to a promising future
Waterloo faculty and alumni featured at Canada's largest technology festival.
Alumnus Sam Pasupalak was so inspired by Bill Gates’ 2008 campus talk that he went on to co-found an AI startup that Microsoft purchased last year
Waterloo researchers work in experimental quantum physics and quantum engineering has led to a number of startups
Waterloo computer scientists are working toward baseline Internet freedom for everyone with a free, anti-censorship decoy routing system called Slitheen
We are on the cusp of a completely new technological era: the quantum age. The race for the economic benefits of quantum technologies is Canada’s to lose
Everything from pacemakers to insulin pumps and digital toys can be hacked in our Internet-of-Things world
Governments and corporations need to start thinking about quantum era security right now, says Waterloo researcher
Waterloo computer scientists are developing technology to improve speech recognition and allow machines to give you better answers to your questions