Canadian Institute of Mass Communication

Canadian Research Spotlight

MASS COMMUNICATION

CIMC proudly showcases important research projects undertaken by Canadian universities. Here is a compilation of some noteworthy research stories.

Dr. Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé Leads One of Three Axes of the Network for Strategic Analysis.
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Carleton Immersive Media Studio Helps Create Stunning Virtual Experience of Canadian Parliament.
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Multiple nodes of digital art and culture create, reflect and connect with one another at Concordia.
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Creating believable virtual characters to tackle long-standing computer graphics challenges.
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First Nations Digital Democracy for community consultations, participation and governance.
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Ryerson researchers delve into YouTube with Watchtime Canada report.
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Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster and how SFU researchers are using it.
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UBC’s Brain2Speech project aims to advance the state of the art of brain computer interfaces.
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What do we do with all this data? How sensors create artificial intelligence and disrupt industries.
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Investigating old models of crisis communication to create agile processes that align with modern needs.
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Ensuring the ethical, transparent and accountable design of AI technologies.
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York U study shows how we see shades of colour, and how our brains calculate the difference.
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