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Opinion

5 Questions Canadian Businesses Need To Ask About The Internet Of Things

To help understand the impact IoT can have on their industries, here are five questions that every Canadian business should be asking.

Opinion

How Canada got so smart on artificial intelligence

When the robots take over, lots of strange things are going to happen. Possibly the strangest thing of all will be where the robots will be invented. High on the list of likely birthplaces is Toronto.

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Opinion

A right to the digital city

To help understand the impact IoT can have on their industries, here are five questions that every Canadian business should be asking.

Opinion

We Are Already Experiencing The Rise Of Artificial Intelligence

The more information the computer is given, the better it can learn.It's no coincidence that Facebook suggests which friends to tag in photos, or Amazon recommends the products you'll like.

Economic Development

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Article

Monetizing Smart Cities: Framing the debate

A debate is developing in Canada about who will control and profit from the massive volume of data generated by smart cities in the future. The stakes are high for two reasons: this data holds large financial value and it will have a huge impact on citizen life in cities.

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Winners announcement

The four winners of the Canadian Smart Cities Challenge were announced on May 14, 2019 in Ottawa.

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Group will use $10M prize to teach tech skills across Nunavut

Pinnguaq partnership to create a network of makerspace hubs in communities

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Animikii Raises $1M to Scale Social Impact Through Indigenous Technology

Largest investment of its kind into an Indigenous technology social enterprise. Investment led by Raven Indigenous Capital Partners with additional financing from BDC.

Opinion

Indigenous Innovation

Largest investment of its kind into an Indigenous technology social enterprise. Investment led by Raven Indigenous Capital Partners with additional financing from BDC.