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As companies consider how they can harness the transformative potential of artificial intelligence, Vector Institute’s proven industry innovation model is helping Canadian enterprises adopt cutting-edge AI initiatives that create value and advance their business priorities. Here, Vector’s industry innovation team reveals how renowned researchers and technical professionals are collaborating to accelerate AI deployment.

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Published on April 14, 2021

This is it – Collision returns this week for the second online edition. The major benefit of online events is that stages are just a tab away. Since you won’t have to run between stages to catch clashing talks you’ll be able to see a lot of speakers this week. […]

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Published on April 14, 2021

Canada is aiming to become a global player in developing new innovations and technologies. The Digital Technology Supercluster, a collaboration-focused consortium of emerging companies, think tanks and academic institutions, will be key to that transformation. They say there’s strength in numbers. As such, larger businesses often survive longer than SMEs. […]

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Published on April 14, 2021

A new generation of social impact startups want to make a difference to different causes around the globe. We call these emerging companies using tech for good ‘Impact startups’. Here are eight you should connect with online at Collision 2021. Collision’s Impact startup program will gather emerging companies from all […]

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Published on April 14, 2021

Canada is already a global leader in AI and machine learning tech development. However, the Scale AI supercluster, a consortium of think tanks, academic research groups and emerging companies focused on collaboration, want to make it the best in the world. ‘The AI advantage’ is a phrase many in the […]

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Published on April 14, 2021