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Within the next 10 to 15 years, the Canadian workforce could face complex forces ranging from automation to digitalization, as technology begins to progressively assimilate into daily life.
A games publisher in China is following the path of its larger peer Tencent to back a wide spectrum of startups for financial gains.
Non-profit OSMO and L’Oréal Canada announced the launch of an open innovation program focused on growing the Montreal startup ecosystem.
Google’s newly unveiled AI Platform offers AI developers a collaborative environment to test, train and deploy machine learning and deep learning models.
Although the recent boom in machine learning has greatly improved computers’ capacity to generate the written word, the output of these bots is still severely limited.
The lab’s mandate will be to define and implement effective and responsible AI and data strategies for the company’s clients in Europe and North America.
Yoshio Bengio, who was in Toronto for a panel discussion on ethical AI, believes Canada should be a natural leader in this area because of its values.
Affectiva wants its solution to be incorporated into cameras used in car safety systems to recognize when a driver is happy, sad, drowsy, or frustrated.
The lessons business leaders can take as they begin to integrate AI into their businesses were tackled head-on by a series of experts and leaders in AI innovation.
At Google Cloud Next, Google announced AI Platform, which will provide a way for teams to prepare, build, run, and manage machine learning projects in a single interface.