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Coffee Briefing Feb. 6 – AWS and University of Alberta collaborate to launch AI centre; Cisco survey reveals data privacy trends; ISED seeks to...

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Mozilla steps up the move to protect privacy: Hashtag Trending, Wednesday, February 7th, 2024

Mozilla is now stepping into the privacy protection game, Meta is insisting that AI images be labelled on Facebook and other platforms, IBM introduces...

IBM offer democratizes the mainframe for Linux for enterprise

IBM’s introduction of the LinuxONE 4 Express marks a new chapter in enterprise-grade Linux solutions, specifically crafted for the small and medium-sized business market.

Sam Altman admits that ChatGPT has gotten lazy: Hashtag Trending, Tuesday February 6th, 2024

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AI adoption in Canada rising, but upskilling remains top barrier: IBM

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