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How SFU is Using Big Data
Algorithms to make crosswalks safer. Spatial analytics to win more games. Data mining to save marine species at risk. We’re not just leveraging digital tools, we’re putting data to work to generate new knowledge and solve problems around the globe. Learn how people at SFU are using big data to empower their research, teaching and community partnerships for real world impact.
See how SFU researchers are developing a model that uses real-time acoustic data to protect Southern Resident Killer Whales from collisions with marine vessels.
Learn how David Clarke and his team are harnessing the power of big data on the athletic field.
See how Professor Margaret Linley is taking on the challenge of developing machine reading techniques for the literary analysis of texts.
Learn how Zabrina Brumme and her team are bringing HIV cure research into the big data age.
See how Michelle Levy and her team are highlighting the rich history of women in print with big data.
See how Maite Taboada and her team are combining linguistics, big data and machine learning to address fake news and toxic comments online.
See how Greg Mori's algorithms translate massive amounts of video and image data into valuable information for decision making, like designing safer crosswalks.
Learn how professor Colette Colligan and her team are creating digital tools that enable new ways of interacting with historic literature.
Discover how professor Nick Dulvy harnesses data captured around the world to reveal what’s happening under the ocean and save species at risk.
Find out how four SFU students disrupted the financial industry at Canada’s largest bank.