Violence against women takes many forms, including reproductive coercion: control over a woman’s reproductive choices by her spouse or family.
Literature professor Marcello Vitali-Rosati has some thoughts on the question.
‘Meet me at the dep’: How anglos borrowed from French to create a ‘Quebec English’ all their own
Now that ChatGPT can “see” and “hear,” could it be useful for people with mobility, sensory or cognitive disabilities?
Women with disabilities who experience intimate-partner violence face substantial barriers when they decide to leave their partners. But UdeM's Martine Lévesque is working to change that.
Groundbreaking work by IRCM scientists using an RNA-based therapeutic approach gives hope for a future cure for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT raise questions about how it can be used and controlled in the field of law, say two UdeM professors.
Researchers at CHU Sainte-Justine find a way to use 3D printing to produce heart valves for eventual use in surgery on children with cardiac defects.
Say hello to the Sidney-Altman RNA Therapeutic Hub. Inaugurated today by the UdeM-affiliated IRCM, it gives scientists a major tool in their arsenal against diseases like cancer.
Three big challenges – educational, democratic and legal – are raised by the growing popularity of Open AI's chatbot, says UdeM philosophy professor Marc-Antoine Dilhac.
AI could be used to improve prevention, diagnosis and care across the healthcare spectrum, including psychiatry and mental health.
Some 300 participants are expected for the Life History Research Society event at Campus MIL, discussing developmental and longitudinal research in psychology, criminology, education and more.
ChatGPT is getting smarter, but Serge Larivée, a professor and researcher who specializes in human intelligence, is afraid it might be dumbing us down.