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hitchBOT programmer in GRAND uses speech recognition expertise to help people with dementia

Read More (U of T Research. Photo courtesy hitchbot/www.guthier.com)

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Waterloo Research: Why can Google read your mind?

GRAND researcher Dr. Charles Clarke is exploring ways to make your online searches more relevant to you. Read More (UW website. Photo courtesy of UW)

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Critical Hit 14 reimagines the video game

Read More (Concordia News. Photo by Concordia University)

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Computer graphics and HCI researchers in GRAND to represent Canada at leading international computer graphics conference.

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"Understanding Videogames" new UAlberta MOOC developed by GRAND researchers

Read More (University of Alberta website). Illustration by Rachelle Bugeaud.

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The 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI) is the premier forum for innovations in mobile, portable and personal devices and with the services to which they enable access.
Participating companies/teams will pitch their business ideas for an opportunity of a 3-month residency in the MAGIC Lab, UBC.
The 2014 Social Media & Society Conference joins experts in social media and online social networks to share ideas on the best practices around how to study the impact of social media on our society.
The ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces.
Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY) is a new interdisciplinary ACM SIGCHI conference series exploring “player-computer interaction”. The inaugural conference will be held in Toronto.
Responsible for giving hitchhiking robot HitchBOT a voice, GRAND NI Frank Rudzicz is developing software to improve the lives of people with speech impairments. (U of T News)
GRAND researcher Dr. Charles Clarke is exploring ways to make your online searches more relevant to you. (Waterloo News)
University of British Columbia graduate students Antonio Sanchez and Andrew Ho took first and second prizes respectively at the SIGGRAPH 2014 Student Research Competition.
Games developed a the summer incubator hosted by Concordia’s TAG Centre, Dawson College and GRAND NCE shown at Google Montreal arcade. (Concordia News)
Researchers from both NCEs to take part in one-day workshop in Toronto aimed at identifying joint projects.
Several GRAND researchers across Canada participate in international event that explores latest tools and methods for visual data analysis.
Graduate students in digital media connect with local high school students at special networking event hosted by GRAND.
Computer graphics and HCI researchers in GRAND will represent Canada at leading international computer graphics conference.
Funded projects pair independent artists with researchers from the natural and social sciences and the health sciences in the creation of new artistic works.
New massive open online course developed by Sean Gouglas and his team at the University of Alberta explores what video games teach us about culture, gender, sex and violence.
GRAND to introduce renewed research program focused on tackling problems of importance to Canada. New projects expected to come on line April 2014.
Announcements
Canada 3.0 2014

New Date for Canada 3.0 2014

TRTech and the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN), partners in presenting the Canada 3.0 2014 conference, are pleased to announce that the event has been rescheduled in Calgary for October 28-30, 2014.

For further information visit canada30.ca.

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