Launch of NUMERIA: a program to help SMEs adopt artificial intelligence

CScience was today at the Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM) to cover the launch of its NUMERIA program, designed to help Quebec SMEs in carrying out artificial intelligence (AI) projects. From digital to AI. This is what we could hear today during the launch of the project at CRIM, an organization made up of […]

Using AI to build more sustainable cities

The notion of smart city is spreading to the four corners of the planet, emphasizing not only the technological but also the sustainable aspect of agglomerations. Some studies indicate that nearly 70% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas by 2050, increasing pressure on local resources and amplifying major issues such […]

AI against skin cancer

New episode of the “Docu 20” podcast series which outlines the advances and benefits of artificial intelligence in skin cancer screening, as a tool to help healthcare professionals, but also the impact of technology in terms of digital misinformation. Check out the podcast here: AI AGAINST SKIN CANCER In this new episode of the DOCU […]

Propulser l’intelligence artificielle dans les PME du Québec avec le CRIM

Prompt, partenaire du programme NUMERIA propulsé par le CRIM. Développé par le Centre de Recherche Informatique de Montréal (CRIM), le programme NUMERIA a été conçu pour aider les organisations et les PME dans la mise en œuvre d’un premier projet en intelligence artificielle (IA). Objectif : permettre aux organisations québécoises de bénéficier d’un accompagnement personnalisé selon leurs besoins en intelligence artificielle. Le programme de NUMERIA se détaille en […]

Un sherpa pour atteindre les sommets de l’innovation

Luc Sirois, ingénieur-entrepreneur bien au fait de l’univers des start-up, s’est fait confier l’an dernier le tout nouveau poste d’innovateur en chef du Québec et de directeur général du Conseil de l’innovation, qui a aussi le mandat d’assurer le suivi de la nouvelle Stratégie québécoise de recherche et d’investissement en innovation 2022-2027. Il nous explique les […]

VITAC acquires SOVO Technologies, a CRIM spin-off company

The Computer Research Institute of Montréal (CRIM) salutes the acquisition of SOVO Technologies by VITAC Corp., the largest provider of captioning and accessibility services in the United States. SOVO is a Québec-based spin-off company from CRIM that specializes in the production of high-quality captioning in very short timeframes for television or web broadcasts of live events. This acquisition […]