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Active Programs

Leading with generosity

A conversation with Kyunghyun Cho on his major breakthrough in machine translation.

Briefing to Government of Canada’s Deputy Ministers Committees

Policy levers to promote an innovation-based economy, and their distributive consequences

AI in biodiversity research crucial to our survival

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Graham Taylor is using computer vision to better understand and protect our planet’s biodiversit

A Culture of Ethical AI

Fostering a culture of ethical AI will be critical to translating ethics frameworks into actionable decisions.

When the Universe calls, Raffaella Margutti answers

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar makes quick decisions to catch the Universe’s most extreme events.

Canadian Neutron Initiative Roundtable: Towards a National Neutron Strategy

Canada needs to develop a strategy to maintain access to this indispensable tool for studying materials.

Inclusive Innovation: COVID and After

How can government policies encourage innovation economies that are more inclusive?

A focus on ethics in AI research

Actions taken by AI research leaders could have a cascading effect through the entire discipline.

Heather Graham is questioning assumptions about what life can be

She is making sure we can trust future claims of alien life by thinking about how life forms might evolve differently on

COVID-19 may forever alter our microbiomes

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

Neutron scattering for quantum materials research

CIFAR fellows are advancing the application and infrastructure for this key technique.

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

Research transforms how we think about early life experiences

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