• March 5, 2018

    The platform, developed and sold by Acerta Analytics Solutions Inc., in Kitchener, Ontario, gathers huge volumes of sensor data from vehicles as they go through quality inspections on the factory floor.
  • March 5, 2018

    Toronto's Elucid Labs Inc., is bringing a new, artificial intelligence-driven perspective to the diagnosis of melanoma and other skin conditions.
  • March 2, 2018

    Clear Blue Technologies has a vision to deliver clean, managed, off-grid power that is both reliable and low cost to markets across the globe.
  • March 2, 2018

    For the third consecutive year the U.S. News & World Report's Best Countries survey names Canada the second best place in the world for business.
  • February 23, 2018

    Ontario has, for many years now, been a formidable contender in quantum science and artificial intelligence. Today, thanks to Toronto, Ontario-based Creative Destruction Lab's ground-breaking programs for quantum machine learning and artificial intelligence start-ups, the province – and indeed, the rest of the country – is poised to lead the global race in both fields.
  • February 22, 2018

    Ray Tanguay, former CEO of Toyota Canada and current auto advisor to the province of Ontario, delivered the keynote address reflecting on how Ontario is well-positioned to take advantage of the car of the future. With 15% of North American cars produced here already, Ontario could dominate the autonomous vehicle revolution.
  • February 14, 2018

    In 2017, Uber decided that if it was going to come out on top in the crowded autonomous vehicle field, it needed help making its self-driving cars smarter and less expensive. The California-based global transportation company headed straight to Toronto, Ontario.
  • February 13, 2018

    People are still not sure whether they can trust intelligent machines. Here are three pieces of advice to help AI overcome the challenge of evolving a trusting relationship between humans and machines.
  • December 19, 2017

    Robert Half International's 2018 Salary Guide for Technology Professional provides insight into the costs differences employers pay for high quality IT talent in major U.S. and Canadian centres, with Ontario cities offering competitive salary ranges approximately one-third less than major U.S. tech centres.

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