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.
‘Meet me at the dep’: How anglos borrowed from French to create a ‘Quebec English’ all their own
UdeM professor Sandra Binning and her colleagues have developed a predictive model of parasitic infection-related migratory behaviour in different animal species.
"It would be a mistake to think that post-modernity has rendered these questions obsolete," says UdeM education professor Mireille Estivalèze, who has a new book out on the subject.
UdeM professors Nancy Beauregard and Véronique Dupéré are investigating the impact of balancing studies, work and personal life on students’ mental health.
Jean-Olivier Dicaire-Leduc throws light on hundreds of previously illegible pages of handwritten documents – some more than 350 years old – using text-recognition software powered by AI.
Groundbreaking research is being carried out in several Université de Montréal departments and research institutes to link artificial intelligence and the functions of the brain.
Social policies aimed at reducing poverty are associated with a decreased risk of dementia in people whose brains exhibit the pathological changes typical of Alzheimer’s.
The latest data from UdeM's Observatory on Health and Well-Being at Work shows that workplaces are still grappling with mental health.
Marcel Thouin and Simone Abou Halloun discuss their new French-language book on teaching science and technology in high schools.
Winding up its AI Safety Summit today and looking forward to the next, the British government tasked Mila's scientific director to take a "state of science" look at where "frontier AI" is headed.
Researchers led by UdeM neuroscientist Tomas Paus uncover an important thinning mechanism that affects how the brain matures in adolescence.