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Mar 10, 2021 ● Vector Institute A Telus AI agent approached sustainability like a chess game

Vector’s industry innovation team worked with the Advanced Analytics & AI Team at Telus to unlock energy efficiencies by using reinforcement learning to manage environmental controls.

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Mar 07, 2021 ● BetaKit Can new tech make buying a home less terrible?

The pandemic set the market upside down for the incumbents and the disruptors.

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Mar 06, 2021 ● Global News Discover Calgary’s thriving data science scene during the inaugural YYC Data Con

A group of data science analysts and enthusiasts are coming together to highlight the achievements and opportunities in artificial intelligence in Calgary with a convention from March 12 to 13.

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Mar 05, 2021 ● BetaKit Five Essential Types of Content to Showcase Your Tech Company's Brand and Attract Talent

Creating engaging and meaningful content is one of the most powerful ways to bring your company’s brand to life.

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Mar 04, 2021 ● BetaKit Deloitte To Launch AI Institute Initiative In Canada

Deloitte is set to launch a new artificial intelligence (AI)-focused virtual initiative in Canada, aimed to foster research and AI adoption across industries.

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Mar 03, 2021 ● BetaKit Government commits $518 Million to Canada Foundation for Innovation to fund research projects

The Government of Canada has committed $518 million in research infrastructure funding through the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI).

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Mar 03, 2021 ● BetaKit Raven closes $25 million venture fund For Indigenous entrepreneurs

Raven Indigenous Capital Partners (Raven) has closed a new $25 million CAD fund that aims to invest in innovative early and seed-stage Indigenous startups.

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Mar 02, 2021 ● BetaKit FinTechs on the fence as Interac chosen for Canada's real time payments provider

Payments Canada has selected its second solution provider for the country’s upcoming real-time payments system. In response to the news, Canadian FinTechs are taking a wait-and-see approach as to whether they will directly be able to participate in the new system.