is a series of articles, videos and infographics
exploring the changes we’re likely to encounter along the road to 2025.
Something to talk about: Voice recognition
Deep learning and artificial intelligence: Making a big deal of big data
What’s Possible: Digitizing the citizen experience
Get smart: The coming of age of the smart city
What’s Possible - INFOGRAPHICS
AI and IOT
Voice and Image recognition
What’s Possible 2025 - Big Data and AI
What’s Possible - VIDEOS
Big Data and deep learning
The Smart City
Our Digital Government
Voice and Image Recognition
AWS in The News
Who is the top public cloud provider in Canada?
Partners looking to work with the best public cloud provider in Canada might find the sky isn't as black and white as they might hope - instead, sizing up the market means discerning between shades of...
Bell strengthens its connect-first cloud strategy with AWS partnership
BCE Inc.’s Bell Canada is one step closer to its goal of being a one-stop-shop for public and private cloud deployments with its new status as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect location....
Google aims to make a splash with first Canadian Google Cloud Platform region
It was only a matter of time before Google opened its first Canadian region. This February, after announcing the intent to open a region last spring, Google Canada announced the official opening of a...
Head start helping Amazon remain the top public cloud provider in Canada
Amazon Web Services (AWS) was one of the first global cloud providers to set up shop in Canada, opening data centres in Quebec and launching a Canadian region at the end of 2016. This major milestone ...
The secret is out: Montreal is a data centre powerhouse
Montreal is rapidly growing a reputation of being a hub for data centre activity, with the top three public cloud providers – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform – sett...
Hashtag Trending – Apple uses Google Cloud, Uber causes congestion, grocery shopping on Go Transit
Apple confirms it uses Google Cloud, ride-sharing companies like Uber cause congestion, and online grocery shopping just got a whole lot easier for Toronto transit riders. First up from Facebook is ne...
2025: What’s Possible in voice and image recognition [Infographic]
In the mid-eighties, the world was introduced to The Clapper, a technology by which lamps and light switches and the like would turn on and off with a specific acoustic signal: two claps. What seemed ...
2025: What’s Possible in big data and AI [Infographic]
Emerging technology like chatbots, mobile messaging, and machine-learning (ML) apps are playing an increasingly significant role in customer interactions. Today’s world is one built around 24/7-...
Cloud migration and the cloud-empowered enterprise
Many entrepreneurs tout cloud for the potential cost savings it brings companies. But in this time of intense innovation and competition in business, fortunes are being made and lost not just on how...
2025: What’s Possible in communications [Infographic]
Past, present and future walked into a bar. It was tense. It may only be a moderately funny quip, but it will always be memorable to me because it was the first joke I heard from a virtual assistant....
2025: What’s Possible in connected infrastructure [Infographic]
The smart streetlight. The connected car. The self-driving vehicle. They are all technologies that promise a future with less traffic and greater efficiency for the delivery of community services. Bu...
AI will infiltrate every industry and businesses need to be prepared, experts say
If you think the disruptive nature of artificial intelligence (AI) will spare your particular industry, you’re wrong, according to the AI panel at ITWC’s seventh annual Technicity event held in To...
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