AI startups in the hunt for $5 million IBM Watson Prize
Erudite AI and aifred health, two of the top 10 teams competing for an international AI award, were created by McGill graduates. Both startups are using AI to help people improve their lives.
The spark behind a feminist rethinking of the law
Since its almost accidental beginnings at McGill, Law Needs Feminism Because has evolved into a national movement involving law students across the country.
Big dog on campus melts hearts
Confiture has won the hearts of many McGill students who volunteer to walk the white fluffy dog with big-name recognition on campus.
First-of-its-kind electric snowmobile attracting plenty of attention
The young McGill graduates behind Taiga Motors began drawing interest in their electric snowmobile while they were still working on their engineering degrees. Their vehicles are set to start powering through the snow next winter.
City builder
As the executive director of the Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal, Nancy Shoiry, MArch’92, is an important player when it comes to the availability of affordable housing in the city.
Around the National Parks in 1,095 Days
Mikah Meyer, MMus’11, is on a road trip that will land him in the record books. He is on a quest to become the youngest person to visit all 417 National Park Service sites in the U.S. and he is doing it in one continuous trip.