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U.S. supports Japan’s ambitions to return to leadership in chip manufacturing

Japan has embarked on a monumental $67 billion initiative to reclaim its stature as a global semiconductor titan, with plans to spearhead the production of two-nanometer chips by 2027.

OpenAI acknowledges “ChatGPT had a meltdown”

ChatGPT had what witnesses are describing as a “meltdown” over the past day.

One billion dollar copyright infringement killed on appeal

The $1 billion copyright infringement verdict against Cox Communications was overturned by a federal appeals court, which ruled that Cox did not directly profit from its users’ piracy.

Colorado app addresses food waste and feeds “food insecure”

In Denver and Boulder, Colorado the Too Good To Go app is changing the way we tackle food waste, offering a win-win solution for consumers and businesses alike.

SENIOR CONTRIBUTORS

Bolster your first line of defence – 5 tips to foster a security culture

While the shift to hybrid work and the rise of interconnected systems have created new opportunities for business, this evolution exposed organizations to new...

Understanding Current Cybersecurity Challenges in Law: Legal Considerations for Artificial Intelligence and Technological Development (Article 6)

With strong competition among countries around the world to become cutting edge leaders in AI, artificial intelligence has been a driving force of innovation...

4 reasons organizations should incorporate AI TRiSM into their AI models

Generative AI (GenAI) has opened the doors for new AI initiatives, making the need to implement robust AI trust, risk and security management (AI...

Is quantum computing reaching commercial viability?

Recent advances in quantum computing will lead to commercial viability soon. Given the dollars, talent, number of companies, and interest of various governments, the...

TRENDING THIS WEEK

Coffee Briefing Feb. 13 – TD trains employees using VR; Galaxy Broadband provides satellite services to Shared Services Canada; Canada ranks 14th globally in...

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NRC announces funding for quantum collaborations

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) today announced that 11 Canadian companies have been selected to receive funding...

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What Canadian corporate leaders think about generative AI

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Automation 201: A Deep Dive into Clarifying Your Requirements for Project Success

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ITWC's Top Technology PODCASTS

Cyber Security Podcast

Cyber Security Today, Feb. 19, 2024 – Fake police data breach notification fools Maine’s AG site

This episode reports a recent fake data breach report and two real ones, a man pleads guilty to being involved in malware distribution, and more

Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for week ending Friday, Feb. 16, 2024

This episode features discussion on new cyber incident and data breach reporting obligations for American telecom companies, the progress of Canada's proposed cybersecurity law, and more
Hashtag Trending Podcast

Hashtag Trending Feb. 20- OpenAI’s new offering Sora; Zuckerberg says tech layoffs may continue in 2024; Reddit to sell user generated content to large...

Reddit will sell user generated content to an unnamed AI company, Mark Zuckerberg says that tech layoffs were a “natural response” and...

A hopeful vision for the internet and AI: My conversation with Ed Watal, author and founder of Intellibus. Hashtag Trending Weekend February 18th, 2024

Sometimes an interview goes off in a totally different direction than you anticipated. I walked into the studio prepared to interview Ed...

INDUSTRY VOICES

Cybersecurity in 2024: Priorities and challenges for Canadian organizations 

By Derek Manky As predictions for 2024 point to the continued expansion of cyber threats, cybersecurity experts are calling for a renewed commitment to cyber...

Survey shows generative AI is a top priority for Canadian corporate leaders.

Leaders are devoting significant budget to generative AI for 2024 Canadian corporate leaders are making generative AI a top strategic priority, a new generative AI...

Leveraging ERP and AI to Anticipate and Respond to Consumer Behaviour

As companies aim to stay ahead of the curve with new trends and innovations, the tides are turning, and consumer influence is compelling them...

Three reasons NOT to invest in Cybersecurity

By: Martin Hoz Are you an executive within a medium or large organization? Have you recently been approached about investments in cybersecurity but feel that...

Stemming the tide of cybercrime

By: Derek Manky Technology continues to play a significant role in accelerating cyberattacks and increasing their effectiveness, reflecting a global trend that sees cybercriminals growing...

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President to President VIDEOS

President to President: Paul Pinkney, General Manager, Red Hat Canada, Sales

ITWC’s Fawn Annan sat down with Paul Pinkney, General Manager, Red Hat Canada, to discuss Paul's journey with Red Hat and what led to...

President to President: Jeanette Irekvist, President, Ericsson Canada

ITWC’s Fawn Annan sat down with Jeanette Irekvist, President, Ericsson Canada to discuss Jeanette's Ericsson Journey, what's changed around the R&D agenda, and the...

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