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Lethbridge College to allow students to occupy property in the metaverse

Lethbridge College is partnering with Liquid Avatar Technologies to launch a learning opportunity that will allow students to occupy property in the metaverse.

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment leverages AWS AI infrastructure to power next gen experiences

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment services (MLSE) has announced that it will be leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable next-generation entertainment experiences for...

Coffee Briefing Feb. 22, 2022 – Global AI talent bursary; SAS Safe Roads competition; Privacy Sandbox on Android; digitizing pharma experiences; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Western University commits $1M to research 5G use cases

Western University and Bell are partnering on eight new projects to bring next-generation experiences onto 5G networks, announced Western on Feb. 16. The university...

Athabasca University partners to launch Canada’s first AI ethics micro-credential

PowerED, an entrepreneurial unit within Athabasca University and Ethically Aligned AI, a social enterprise created to help companies develop responsible AI, have launched Canada’s...

ATB Ventures to help Canadian government with its digital ID efforts

ATB Ventures has collaborated with the Government of Canada to provide the technology platform to support its National Digital Trust Service proof of concept.

A conversation with IBM Canada president Dave McCann: It’s all about the people

For IBM Canada's new president, Dave McCann, it's all about the people. "I've always been a very people-focused leader inside the IBM company," he said...

IBM brings Canada’s first universal quantum computer to Quebec

IBM, in partnership with the Canadian government, has chosen Quebec to house its first universal quantum system in Canada and the fourth one deployed...

Coffee Briefing Feb. 1, 2022 – Applications open for second Google cloud Accelerator Canada; HCL launches Engineering and R&D centre in Alberta; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Montreal start-up launches smart bracelet to help save kids’ lives in busy emergency rooms

A Montreal start-up is changing the way drugs are administered to sick children with the creation of a smart bracelet that automates the process. NURA...

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