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Four AI researchers to watch in 2021

Newly appointed Canada CIFAR AI Chairs use AI to protect our privacy, develop safe robots, understand disease, and addre

Life on Mars? Billion-year-old water found near Timmins could offer glimpse into the past

Work by CIFAR program co-director Barbar Sherwood-Lollar to find and investigate ancient signs of life

Science gave us excellent vaccines. Why bend the rules?

An opinion column co-authored by Alan Bernstein about protocols for two-dose vaccines

Neutron scattering for quantum materials research

CIFAR’s program in Quantum Materials brings together some of the world’s foremost experts

Ontario researchers use AI to diagnose and treat COVID-19

Three Ontario research teams are using AI to identify novel solutions for understanding, diagnosing, and treating COVID-

Highlights of 2019–2020

CIFAR’s 2019–2020 Impact Report is now online.

We need a homegrown solution for making enough vaccines for every Canadian

An opinion column by Alan Bernstein about Canadian vaccine manufacturing capacity was published in The Globe and Mail on

Playing the long game with AI

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Kevin Leyton-Brown applies AI to microeconomics to predict the best possible outcome based on our

AI pioneer Joelle Pineau is transforming personalized health care

From robot wheelchairs and disease prediction to advancing diversity and inclusion

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