Category: AI News

Microsoft Build 2020: Colour me Azure

The Microsoft Build conference is developer heaven. It’s also a great place to learn what..

More than 90,000 join IBM for Digital Think conference

Arvind Krishna’s first keynote as IBM’s chief executive officer probably wasn̵..

The Princess Margaret launches new remote monitoring system for cancer patients during COVID-19

In order to minimize the negative ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the 617 Canadians ..

Is your AI data wrangling taking forever?

We’ve all read articles extolling the limitless potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and..

Startup DarwinAI says interest in its open-source project that helps identify coronavirus in x-rays growing

Waterloo startup DarwinAI and researchers from the University of Waterloo are confident its ope..

Alberta tech company calls for machine learning experts to help develop COVID-19 screening app

An Alberta-based tech company is reaching out to universities and machine learning specialists ..

The bad guys are arming themselves with AI, but so are we, says Darktrace’s country manager for Canada

David Masson is confident that the use of sophisticated artificial intelligence by hackers is ..

Made-in-Vancouver product will rely on WiFi to detect weapons

As Canada’s former Minister of Public Safety, Stockwell Day says he can’t help but always ..

10 women advancing AI in Canada

As International Women’s Day is fast approaching, we have rounded up a list of 10 women advan..

Clearview AI says its client list was stolen

Controversial facial recognition software startup, Clearview AI, this week revealed that they h..

More than 40 per cent of privacy compliance technology to rely on AI by 2023

More than 40 per cent of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence (AI..

Analytical disease tracking has come a long way since SARS, said SAS’s director of government practice

The effects of the Coronavirus (or COVID-19, as it has been officially named) outbreak have bee..