Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Using Artificial Intelligence to Help You Learn a New Language
This short video profiles the work of Toronto researchers in developing a smartphone app that incorporates artificial intelligence in the form of speech recognition software. This feature allows app users to learn French in an interactive, conversational way, regardless of their level of fluency ...
Paramedics. Emergency Response. Season 4, Episode 5: The Pink People
Paramedics treat a dementia patient with a urinary tract infection, a man in severe alcohol withdrawal, a teenager who was stabbed and a epileptic patient seeking help from a neighbour.
Paramedics. Emergency Response. Season 4, Episode 2: A Psychotic State
Paramedics treat a teenager who fell from a third-floor balcony, a man struck by a passing truck, a home-care patient having a psychotic episode and an HIV-positive, homeless woman.
Paramedics. Emergency Response. Season 4, Episode 1: Assault in Progress
Teams respond to an overdosing patient pulled from the river, a woman left at the scene of a car crash, a young man with chronic alcoholism and an injured police officer.
Self-esteem the Key to Empowering the Women of Tomorrow
In this short video, CBC's The National visits a Nova Scotia school program that aims to increase the self-esteem of young girls, with the hope that this will lead to their becoming confident and empowered young women.
Censoring Online Information: The Right to Be Forgotten
Information on the Internet can potentially exist forever, causing lives and reputations to continue to be damaged. Some countries have enacted "right to be forgotten" legislation that allows online information to be erased. So far, a similar law does not exist in Canada. This report examines wha...
Design By Decade Episode 6. 2000s
Series: Design By Decade
In the first decade of the 2000s, large-, medium- and small-sized producers were taking on the challenge of environmentalism. But beyond that, the various visual languages designers were using expanded, ranging from the persistent global aesthetic to more specific regional approaches.