Toniann Pitassi, a professor in the Department of Computer Science
A&S’s vice-dean, research and infrastructure Jay Pratt. Photo: Diana Tyszko.
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An app to help people who have issues with their memory. Implantable electrodes to help relieve pain.
Saara and Ali Punjani are the brother and sister team behind Structura Biotechnology, a U of T startup that uses AI to create 3D visualizations of never-before-seen proteins for pharmaceutical companies.
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The students selected for the TLI program went through an intensive interview process that focused on the values of creativity, agility and resilience.
Markus Dubber, the head of U of T’s Centre for Ethics, is co-editing an Oxford Handbook on the Ethics of AI and will be holding a two-day workshop this week on the handbook’s progress.
Researchers at U of T used a computational approach, based on machine learning, to classify patients into seven distinct groups according to the patterns of swollen or painful joints in the body.