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Irina Rish wants to solve one of AI’s biggest challenges

Her research will enable machines to learn new knowledge more efficiently.

How has COVID-19 affected world happiness?

CIFAR Fellows and Canada CIFAR AI Chairs investigate happiness using interdisciplinary methods

COVID-19 may forever alter our microbiomes

The virus (and our reactions to it) affects our health through the microbiome.

AI radiology tool supports real-time diagnosis of COVID-19-related pneumonia

Canadian research collaboration launches AI radiology tool

Nature, nurture, and time: Q&A with Marla Sokolowski

Research transforms how we think about early life experiences

CIFAR fellows narrow in on origin of Fast Radio Bursts

New results from CHIME surprise and delight

CIFAR researchers measure the duration of quantum tunnelling

How long does it take to do the apparently impossible?

Training AI to reason

Facebook CIFAR AI Chair Pierre-Luc Bacon discovers breakthrough approach, enabling machines to reason and make decisions

Obesity, heart disease, and diabetes may be communicable

A new research paper proposes that “non-communicable” diseases may be transmitted through the microbiome

Using AI to track cancer evolution

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Quaid Morris uses machine learning to find patterns of mutations in tumours

Finding islands in the uncharted waters of consciousness

Can consciousness persist in brains that are totally cut off from the outside world?

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