Jan 08, 2017
RightEye's autism test for toddlers measures their reaction to faces to help diagnose them. Photo Credit: RightEye

RightEye launching new neurological workups using eye tracker tech

Starting out in the sports tech sector, the company is pushing into new medical applications

Jan 03, 2017
"Well, why did I choose science fiction? I didn't, it chose me." Isaac Asimov in 1988. Image Credit: Open Mind

This National Science Fiction Day, remember Isaac Asimov’s words as 2017 begins

Asimov said that every addition to the sum total of rationality is precious, and that we can't turn our back on technology or people

Dec 31, 2016
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For theoretical physicists, extra dimensions are not such ‘Stranger Things’

Ofri Telem, a Ph.D. candidate in theoretical physics at Cornell, explains how we could find extra dimensions in laymen's terms

Dec 28, 2016
MARCH 03: Brown Long-eared Bat (Plecotus auritus), Vespertilionidae. Photo credit: DeAgostini/Getty Images Israel

Is Google Translate for bats on the way?

Dec 21, 2016
Edvard Munch's "Melancholy". Image Credit: Wikipedia (public domain)

Is social media addiction making us less happy, or are we already unhappy to begin with?

Dec 04, 2016
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Open Source Malaria helps students with proof of concept toxoplasmosis pill

But the real issue isn't the cost of chemicals these days

Nov 23, 2016
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What do you do with 4.3 million unsafe smartphones?

Burying and recycling the Samsung Note 7 is going to take time

Nov 22, 2016
Notman House is a local ICT mecca in Montreal. Photo Credit: Maison Notman House / Facebook

Google goes north to Montreal’s artificial intelligence scene

Montreal, like other Canadian hubs, hopes to attract ever more US workers and investors