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The Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii) is an Alberta-based research lab advancing the knowledge and understanding of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Amii is at the center of artificial intelligence developments in Edmonton and Alberta and a magnet that is attracting the world’s best artificial intelligence experts.
The Government of Canada is using Canada’s natural resource advantage to enhance our competitiveness and build a low-carbon economy. This includes efforts to modernize our electrical infrastructure by incorporating renewable energy and training a smart grid–capable workforce to create good, middle-class jobs for Canadians.
Alberta Government and Pfizer Canada boosts provincial collaborative health innovation partnership with Alberta Innovates
Alberta Government and Pfizer Canada provide an additional $1.3 million contribution to the Pfizer-Alberta Collaboration in Health
IMBiotechnologies Ltd. today announced that it has received Heath Canada approval for its lead product, Ekobi™ Embolization Microspheres for the treatment of hypervascularized tumors and benign prostatic hypertrophy/hyperplasia
Alberta Innovates, in conjunction with SAIT’s Applied Research and Innovation Services (ARIS), celebrated the opening of the new Once Through Steam Generator (OTSG) Applied Research Laboratory
Showcase your innovative cyber security solution with one of the world’s foremost leaders in advanced technology. Are you up for the Challenge?
PolypDx™ is the first and only urine-based test with a high sensitivity for detection of precancerous polyps
Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI) today announced the launch of a $1.4 million project to evaluate a new colorectal cancer screening strategy using PolypDx™, the first and only urine test for the detection and prevention of colorectal cancer.
Alberta Innovates and Baycrest-led Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) announce $500,000 investment for innovative dementia care in Alberta
Alberta, Canada – The Climate Change Innovation and Technology Framework (CCITF) program is announcing the launch of three networks in Alberta to help reduce greenhouse gasses and provide unique opportunities for Albertans.
Alberta Innovates is now accepting applications for the Alberta-Guangdong International Technology Partnership program.