• Fall/Winter 2015

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  • Reviews

    In defence of psychiatry

    In defence of psychiatry

    In his new best-selling book How Can I Help?, David Goldbloom, MDCM’81, DipPsych’85, offers an inside look at the world of psychiatry and tries to puncture a few myths along the way.

    Alumni Profiles

    Taking the “creepy” out of online shopping

    Taking the “creepy” out of online shopping

    VarageSale’s Tami Zuckerman, BEd’02, credits much of the popularity of her virtual garage sale app to the way it helps nurture a sense of community.

    Discovery

    Looking for love on a laptop

    Looking for love on a laptop

    You would think that anonymity would benefit women using online dating services, but according to research by McGill’s Jui Ramaprasad, it might actually put them at a disadvantage.

    Behind the Headlines

    How AlphaGo (and two McGillians) made AI history

    How AlphaGo (and two McGillians) made AI history

    The computer program AlphaGo‘s recent win over top Go player Lee Sedol made international headlines. Meet the two McGill grads who helped AlphaGo make history.

    Questions & Answers

    Research network focuses on kids with brain-based disabilities

    Research network focuses on kids with brain-based disabilities

    Children with conditions such as cerebral palsy and autism have an important new ally in CHILD-BRIGHT.

    Newsbites

    Big thinking for small spaces

    Big thinking for small spaces

    With his award-winning micro-apartments, Eric Bunge, BSc(Arch)’89, BArch’91, might radically change the way that people live in New York.