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IBM and University of Alberta publish new data on machine learning algorithms to help predict schizophrenia
Pioneering research in “computational psychiatry” uses AI to explore disease prediction and assessment

Bombardier Selects IBM Services and Cloud to Accelerate IT Business Transformation
Contract valued at approximately $700 million will provide new foundation for Bombardier growth and efficiency

IBM and ventureLAB Team with Ontario Government and Ontario Centres of Excellence to Drive Innovation and Economic Growth in York Region
New innovation space opens at IBM Office to support business development, entrepreneurs, developers, start-ups

District Ventures and IBM Innovation Space opens in Calgary
New innovation accelerator launched to help entrepreneurs, startups, and enterprise solve business challenges

IBM and Goldcorp Team to Bring Watson to the Mines
Use of IBM Watson cognitive technology a first for the Canadian mining industry

IBM and Bell Transform Enterprise Mobility in Canada
IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps offered by Bell and IBM to Canadian businesses

IBM Reveals Five Innovations that will Help Change our Lives within Five Years
IBM Predicts New Scientific Instruments to Make the Invisible Visible

IBM Watson for Cyber Security Beta Program Launches with 40 Clients Globally
Cognitive Systems Cited as New Priority by Nearly 60 Percent of Security Professionals