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"Two Toronto teens are working on a better way to apply magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology. The 17-year-olds immersed themselves in..."
"Leaders from Canada's AI community discuss the potential of AI. The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau is joined by Alexia Monize and..."
"Sabarish Gnanamoorthy fell in love with augmented reality (AR) when he was 13-years-old. He pursued AR further, until he..."
"Shaan Hooey and Sameer Jessa have a medical start-up that helps diabetes patients get an immediate shot of glucagon when blood sugar levels..."
"TKS INNOVATE will bring together 500 Canadian students who are interested in learning how to find and solve critical problems facing society today...."
"At 16, Tommy Moffat has accomplished what it takes some professionals a lifetime. Earlier this month he spoke at the Toronto Machine Learning conference..."
"Often, we underestimate young people’s ability to understand complex concepts, but exposing kids to challenging subject matter at earlier age can foster..."
"While their challenges may seem typical for would-be startups, there is nothing typical about these people. They are all still in high school..."
"Canada is setting itself up to become a world leader in innovation by opening up specialized institutes and doubling down on..."
"With his brother Nadeem, Nathoo is aiming to inspire the next generation to reach a little further, through a unique learning program inspired by..."
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June 1, 2017
"- The Knowledge Society (TKS), Canada’s leading innovation program for youth ages 13-17, will bring 500 of Canada’s most driven students together in Toronto on August 13, 2017 to change their lives and the future of our country." - See full release.
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