A team of researchers at the IRIC, UdeM’s cancer research institute, has successfully shown how a vaccine could work to fight several types of cancers, including leukemia and lung cancer.
The Montreal Declaration for the Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence was launched today, outlining principles and making recommendations.
The surprising benefits of the bilingual brain
Is there life out there in the universe? Université de Montréal astronomers are working day and (especially) night to find out. Advanced technology is helping bring the answer within reach.
The growing phenomenon of "demodernization" is the focus of a recently published collection of essays edited by Yakov Rabkin, a history professor at Université de Montréal.
Current mathematical techniques have reached their limits, but deep learning promises to totally transform how analyses are done, writes chemistry professor Jean-François Masson.
The development of mobile learning, a form of distance education, holds great promise, particularly in Africa, writes education professor Thierry Karsenti.
As one of the main areas of AI research, automatic natural language processing would seem to spell doom for human translators. But maybe not, writes associate professor Sylvie Vandaele.
Combining new technologies with AI helps in the early detection and control of epileptic seizures, says neuroscience professor Dang Khao Nguyen.
Artificial intelligence is being used in ophthalmology to help analyze images of the eye, raising the potential of precision medicine, says clinical associate professor Marie Carole Boucher.
UdeM leaps ahead in the Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s best universities for computer science.
Software developed at UdeM will soon provide a gateway to tenancy law and jurisprudence for the general public. writes law professor Karim Benyekhlef.
Canadian researchers discover what makes some patients’ immune systems resist HIV-1.