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NEWSWEEK | Thousands of rubber ducks prove drones and computers can successfully count wild animals

Published: 13Feb2018

They found that the drones combined with the computer algorithm wasn't just a decent substitute for ecologists' eyes, it actually got closer to the real number of birds on the ground. It's a...

The McGill Job Shadowing Program

5Mar2018
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9Mar2018

The objective of the McGill job shadowing program is to enable students to explore a desired career path by gaining valuable career insights from McGill alumni./capsCategory: Career Planning...

McGill's School of Continuing Studies launches data science programs

Published: 10Jan2018

Earlier today, representatives from DeepMind, the City of Montreal, and others joined McGill School of Continuing Studies students and faculty to announce the launch of two new programs in data...

The End of Innovation? Moving Education Research Forward in the New Millennium

25Mar201417:45
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The 2013-14 PhD Pro-seminar class will be holding a symposium entitled "The End of Innovation? Moving Education Research Forward in the New Millennium" on March 25th and April 8th, from 5:45pm to 8...

Diagnostics at Work: From the Clinic to the Community, 9:00

26Aug201509:00
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Mini-Med - What makes people sick/canal-savoirCategory: Canal Savoir broadcast schedule

The App Generation: Nuanced Perspectives

9Oct201409:00
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12:00

Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Dr. Howard Gardner speaks on the ways in which digital technologies shape and effect young people’s identity, imagination and intimacy./edu-lciiCategory:...

Diagnostics at Work: From the Clinic to the Community, 7:00

28Aug201507:00
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08:00

Mini-Med - What makes people sick/canal-savoirCategory: Canal Savoir broadcast schedule

The Digital Revolution: Electronic Medical Records and Prescriptions, 16:00

17Aug201516:00
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17:00

Mini-Med - What makes people sick/canal-savoirCategory: Canal Savoir broadcast schedule

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