Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs strikes deal to turn 800 acres of Toronto into an ‘internet city’
Google spinoff will bring Wi-Fi hubs and other smart city innovations to the shores of Lake Ontario
What you missed - DAY 2 SingularityU Canada Summit RECAP
The World Needs More Canada - Diversity, Inclusion, and Innovation - how Canada is driving impact across the country and around the world.
Canadian government investing $7.1 million in four Atlantic Canada projects encouraging innovation
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains announced an investment of up to $7.1 million in four projects under the Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF). AIF functions under the Atlantic Canada Opportunity Agency, part of the Atlantic Growth Strategy established by the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provinces.
How Canada's oilsands are paving the way for driverless trucks — and the threat of big layoffs
The move to self-driving trucks comes as oilsands companies look for ways to cut costs and boost productivity. At Suncor alone, such a move could eliminate 800 jobs
Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence Conference at the Creative destruction Lab (CDL), Toronto
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Urthecast - See the planet. Open the world
Urthecast brings you HD color video, imagery and data of Earth from space, accessible via API.
Mattermark Lists The Top 100 Internet Of Things Startups For 2015
48 of the top Internet of Things (IoT) startups are based in the Bay Area, 5 in Boston, 3 in Los Angeles and Toronto, and 2 in Dallas, Paris and San Diego. Venture funding in Jawbone, Genband, Silver ...
Canada must sharpen its 3-D printing vision
Our national strategy must recognize that innovation is not just about creating technologies, products and services, but also about promoting their adoption to drive innovation, productivity and growth.
Why are Exponentials relevant to Canada?
Rapid advances in technology are about to disrupt Canada’s business landscape. Robots, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, crowds, clouds and the Internet of Things will profoundly change our economy and the way we work. Discover strategies to help you thrive in the challenging times ahead.
Canadian Senate says no to regulating digital currencies
The Canadian Senate's Banking, Trade and Commerce (BTC) committee released its final report Friday asking the federal government to use a "light touch" in dealing with digital currencies. "We've heard, and we agree, that blockchain technology is at a delicate stage in its development and use," the report reads.