show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
The Canadian startup landscape contains a whole series of terms that are unfamiliar to most people. Tell someone that you “work out of an incubator” and they could be forgiven for thinking that you’re some kind of pediatric healthcare professional. But incubators, innovation hubs, accelerators, startup bootcamps, and technology labs are all essenti…
 
Can artificial intelligence improve personal navigation? The Ask AI interview with Bin Liu, CEO & co-founder, iMerciv Let’s face it, the World is a pretty crowded place. Recent estimates now place the global population at over 7.8 billion, which is an incredible number of people navigating to work, school, and social events each day. Equally stagge…
 
Over the last few years, we’ve seen the trade and supply of data increase, with more and more of it being generated and leveraged by all industries and organizations. Particularly in this era of innovation, data is essential, and as usage continues to skyrocket, the consideration of how its being collected and how its being used is more important t…
 
AI & The Future of Work In Canada Our chat with Dr. Wendy Cukier (Ryerson Diversity Institute) and Mark Patterson (Magnet) There’s no question that as artificial intelligence, robotics, and digitization expand into the workplace, it will have a major impact on the way Canadians work. Recent data from the World Economic Forum’s “The Future of Jobs R…
 
With a career at Microsoft Canada spanning more than 20 years, Gladstone Grant is far from standing still. This veteran of the Canadian tech sector is a lively and thoughtful advocate of artificial intelligence in Canada and doing a great deal of work to build bridges between researchers, the business community, and entrepreneurs. Global Tech Giant…
 
While still in the early stages, there’s a national conversation starting to take place about the best way, both strategically and ethically, to apply artificial intelligence within Canadian society. This is evident not only in the sheer volume of media stories about AI (with varying degrees of accuracy, as we explored in our Skynet Today episode) …
 
What would you do with $125 million dollars and a mandate to advance artificial intelligence research and policy in Canada? If you’re Dr.Elissa Strome, the answer is A LOT. This episode of the Ask AI podcast features an interview with Dr. Elissa Strome, the head of CIFAR's Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy. Listen how CIFAR is helping t…
 
Interview with Andrey Kurnekov, founder of Skynet Today blog. The media is having a field day with stories, both good and bad, about artificial intelligence and its potential impact on humanity. But who is covering that coverage? This episode of the Ask AI podcast features an interview with Andrey Kurenkov, a founder of the Skynet Today blog. Tune …
 
Interview with Veronica Malinski, Co-founder of Aerialytic This episode features an interview with Veronica Malinski, co-founder of Aerialytic, a nonprofit startup and graduate of the Next Canada program on a mission to increase residential solar adoption. To do this, Aerialytic is using artificial intelligence to instantly provide homeowners with …
 
This episode of the Ask AI podcast features an fascinating look at how AI technologies are impacting the legal profession, societal governance, and the delivery justice with Ben Alarie, CEO and co-founder of Blue J Legal, the Toronto-based machine learning company focused on legal research. Co-hosts Jaxson Khan and Heather Evans lead this lively di…
 
The second episode of the Ask AI Podcast features an in-depth interview with Roy Pereira, CEO and founder of Zoom.Ai, the Toronto-based “chat first” virtual assistant for enterprise. Co-hosts Jaxson Khan (Nudge.ai) and Heather Evans (Government of Ontario) dig into the issues with serial entrepreneur Roy, including how to compete in enterprise soft…
 
The first episode of the Ask AI Podcast kicks off in an exclusive interview with Kathryn Hume, VP of Product and Strategy at Integrate.ai and Venture Partner at ffVC. A leading voice on AI in North America, Kathryn is incredibly adept at explaining techniques and concepts within artificial intelligence (including "explainability" itself). Co-hosts …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login