What is Artificial Intelligence?

Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, explains what Artificial Intelligence is

On today's episode of Business Insider with Mario Toneguzzi, Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, explains what Artificial Intelligence is. Be our Next Guest on Business Insider: Click on the icon below to book a call: Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Role of the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute

Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, talks about the organization and what it does

On today's episode of Business Insider with Mario Toneguzzi, Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, talks about the organization and what it does. Be our Next Guest on Business Insider: Click on the icon below to book a call: Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our…

New wireless service Shaw Mobile launched in Canada

There are 19 Shaw retail locations across Alberta and B.C., including 12 new and enhanced stores in high-traffic shopping centres to be opened by the end of the summer

New wireless service Shaw Mobile launched in CanadaShaw Communications Inc. announced Thursday the launch of Shaw Mobile — a new wireless service in Canada that it says leverages Shaw’s Fast LTE and Fibre+ network to provide Shaw Internet customers with an innovative wireless experience that can virtually eliminate their monthly wireless data bill. In a news release, the company said Shaw Mobile…

Alberta government launches grant for R&D

The government said it will help create up to 4,000 jobs by investing an additional $175 million over three years to Alberta Enterprise Corporation

Alberta government launches grant for R&DThe Alberta Government announced Wednesday it is launching the Innovation Employment Grant (IEG) to promote economic growth and job creation by supporting small and medium-sized businesses that invest in research and development (R&D). “The Innovation Employment Grant will create good jobs in the critical technology and innovation sectors. Together with Alberta’s Job Creation Tax Cut,…

Alberta CEOs release plan for the future economy

"Alberta is the place where talented people should work together to create new opportunities and solve the toughest problems"

Alberta CEOs release plan for the future economyA report released Tuesday by the Business Council of Alberta (BCA) proposes solutions to make Alberta the place where the brightest minds come together and solve the world’s biggest challenges. "Alberta is the place where talented people should work together to create new opportunities and solve the toughest problems,” said Dawn Farrell, a member of…

U of C establishes IoT research chair

Focus on IoT research in the areas of energy, smart cities, transportation, and workplace safety including COVID-19 related solutions

U of C establishes IoT research chairRogers Communications and the University of Calgary have announced a five-year agreement to advance innovative Internet of things (IoT) research with the establishment of the Rogers Internet of Things Chair. Research will be led by Dr. Steven Liang, PhD, a renowned researcher at the Schulich School of Engineering. “This initiative will bring ground-breaking IoT research…

Bell launches Canada’s largest 5G wireless network

The network is now available in Montréal, the Greater Toronto Area, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver, says Bell

Bell launches Canada’s largest 5G wireless networkBell announced  Thursday the launch of Canada's largest 5G wireless network, offering what it says is unprecedented mobile data speeds and Canada's broadest selection of 5G-capable smartphones. The network is now available in Montréal, the Greater Toronto Area, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver and it will  expand to more centres across the country as the next-generation wireless technology grows in…

Bell selling 25 Canadian data centres to Equinix

Bell says the data centres located at 13 sites in eight cities across Canada are being sold for more than $1 billion

Bell selling 25 Canadian data centres to EquinixBCE Inc. (Bell)) announced  Monday it is selling 25 data centres at 13 sites to global interconnection and data centre company Equinix, Inc. in an all-cash transaction valued at $1.04 billion. "This transaction reinforces Bell's strategy to focus investment on the network infrastructure, content and services necessary to advance how Canadians connect with each other…

Build a customer persona to drive online traffic

Put yourself in the shoes of your customers, with the help of analytic tools and surveys, in order to market to them correctly

Build a customer persona to drive online trafficBuilding an online audience takes time. And as you start to grow online and engage with your audience more and more, you will need to build a customer persona. When you create a customer persona, you’re putting yourself in the shoes of your customer. You’re learning about their habits, behaviours and interests. Once you figure…

COVID-19 lessons can improve health, legal systems

Client interfaces in law and medicine are as moribund as they were a century ago. It’s time to use technology to better advantage

COVID-19 lessons can improve health, legal systemsIn the time of the 1918-19 Spanish flu, the world was very different. Of course, there was no Internet, TV or social media. In fact, there wasn’t even any radio until a few years later. All the news was provided by the newspaper and almost all long-distance transportation was by rail or ship. We’ve come…
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