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Headlines for March 29, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | MAR 29 2017

Toronto Star
New institute aims to make Toronto an ‘intellectual centre’ of AI capability

The Vector Institute, an independent non-profit affiliated with the University of Toronto, will hire about 25 new faculty and research scientists.

Times Colonist
UVic’s international students cry foul as fee increases approved

Despite pleas to the board of governors, international students at the University of Victoria have been handed a tuition-fee increase twice that given to domestic students.

CBC
Youth at risk of unemployment with future entry-level jobs replaced by automation

A new report is shedding light on how technological trends will affect work in the future, especially for youth.

Toronto Star
Potential hacking devices found on Carleton University computers

Staff and students are being urged to change their passwords after USB key-logging devices were found on several classroom computers.

Boston Globe
More students are looking to Canada

Many of the most elite Canadian universities had large increases in applications from the United States.

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