Thomson Reuters Labs
Innovation is at the core of everything we do. Thomson Reuters Labs™ are constantly looking across disciplines, technology & industry trends to unlock potential value of data, and apply cutting edge technologies to emerging challenges faced by professionals. We are a global team of data scientists, research scientists, full stack developers, and designers; specializing in data science & analytics, data visualization, artificial intelligence and blockchain.
The state of digital privacy discourse
A new Thomson Reuters Labs analysis reveals three key themes in the legal conversation around data privacy.
Ending modern-day slavery in the Republic of Georgia
Thomson Reuters Labs is helping to develop a blueprint for ethical global supply chains.
Why we shouldn’t be afraid of artificial intelligence
Yes, AI is smart, and yes, it’s getting smarter all the time. The things AI isn’t, however, are just as important as those that it is.
The Lab, located in the Innovation District, engages with the region’s robust startup community and world-class universities to develop innovative solutions for the challenges our customers face today.
The Lab is located in Communitech, an accelerator in the heart of the region's startup ecosystem. The Lab works closely with the University of Waterloo on research and leverages the school’s elite coop program to bring new ideas and new ways of thinking.
The Lab accelerates enterprise level innovation projects to deliver value to our customers. With a diverse team we run hackathons, workshops, innovation challenges, proof of concepts and build prototypes to deliver quality results.
The Lab, located in the heart of Canary Wharf, partners with start ups and top universities, and collaborates with customers in an agile framework to build and experiment with new solutions.
Thomson Reuters wins a Cloudera Data Impact Award with Reuters Tracer, a tool that enables journalists to spot and validate real news in real time.
Thomson Reuters, along with two of our female leaders, have been shortlisted for the WatersTechnology Women in Technology and Data Awards.
The Incubator resident Open Mineral, a Swiss startup focused on developing solutions for the commodities industry, is one of four finalists to take center stage at the "shark-tank" style event.