SingularityU

Shaping Our Collective Future

The 2019 SingularityU Summit in Edmonton is devoted to reinforcing Canada's role as a technological innovator.

Connecting Edmonton to the exponential future

During the SingularityU summit on the 23rd and 24th of April 2019, and through the year, we highlight summit themes and the place Edmonton plays in growing the world's collective future. Come back to this page to find out more as the summit progresses to find out more.
The way we live and work is changing so fast you can’t afford to stop learning about the future

Live coverage from the summit

Nevin de Milliano
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@innovateYEG

Nevin deMilliano will guide you through the Summit with an eye on innovation and technology from the InnovateYEG account
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Stephanie Enders
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@Startup Edmonton

Stephanie Enders will give you updates from the world of Startups and Edmonton companies from the @StartupEdmonton account
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Creating abundance is not about creating a life of luxury for everybody on this planet; it’s about creating a life of possibility
Dr. Peter H. Diamandis Co-Founder, Singularity University

Edmonton companies using emerging tech to solve global challenges

Dornoosh Zonoonbi, Co-Founder and CEO at Medo.ai
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Democratizing the power of medical imaging

Imagine being able to understand the cause of your chest pain or screen for liver cancer using your smartphone.
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Detecting colorectal cancer much earlier

A made-in-Alberta solution for the prevention and early detection of colorectal cancer is one step closer to mass adoption.
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Helping families navigate divorce

'A set of parents might be separating, but they have kids together, so they’re still a ‘family’ in a very real way. And they’re going to have obligations for, on average, the next nine years.'
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Relieving eye strain, winning CES awards

Umay Rest is designed to help reset the effects of screen time through a process called Thermal Meditation™
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Finding prostate cancer less painfully

On average, 58 Canadian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every day.
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