Rise of Incubators and Accelerators, Geoffrey Hinton’s influence, an AI National focus and looking to the future

This is the final of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada has with its lack of #funding for #technology startups. If you happen to have missed part I of Canada, and more specifically Toronto, belongs at the

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The Integral Cross-Discipline Approach to Pushing AI Research – Techvibes

In an era of crazy AI promises, cross-discipline and often time model <–> operator (or system <–> operator) is the real answer. … every time a researcher and practitioner considers their next project, I challenge them to ask themselves a

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University of Waterloo and University of Toronto students’ obsession with the valley

This is part IV of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada has with its lack of funding for #technology startups. If you happen to have missed part I of Canada, and more specifically Toronto, belongs at the

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China’s Fourth Industrial Revolution: Artificial Intelligence

#China has not only surpassed the US in its economy, it’s also way ahead in the #AI game! Time to learn some Mandarin… In March 2017, China established its National #Engineering Laboratory of #Deep Learning #Technology under the leadership of

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Rubikloud Expands AI Presence in Toronto With 60 New Jobs – Techvibes

Nice to see a peer company in Toronto getting big wins in the market (and hiring a ton). “The state of the enterprise AI market is nascent, with few companies deploying AI solutions to businesses,” said Kerry Liu, CEO of

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Lack of venture capital money, lack of visionary technology leaders and lack of Canadian exits

This is part III of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada has with its lack of #funding for #technology startups. If you happen to have missed part I of Canada, and more specifically Toronto, belongs at the

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Canadian brain drain and Toronto tech is too cheap

This is part II of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada had with the “Brain Drain” and how #Toronto (as a #tech community) has been too cheap and how this has hurt the tech industry in

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Canada, and more specifically Toronto, belongs at the top

Canada does indeed belong at the top. This has been a long time coming and the fact that we are now at a a time in history where Canada’s government, policy and talent all culminate to make it a way better place to live than in the USA (in general); Canada, and specifically Toronto, belongs at the top.

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