AI + Tech
Seoul AI summit opens with companies including Google, Meta, OpenAI pledging to develop AI safely

    Seoul AI summit opens with companies including Google, Meta, OpenAI pledging to develop AI safely

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The world’s lead­ing arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence com­pa­nies pledged at the start of a mini sum­mit on AI to devel­op the tech­nol­o­gy safe­ly, includ­ing pulling the plug if they can’t rein in the most extreme risks.

    Goodbye Dr. Google: Will AI Make Healthcare Smart?

    Goodbye Dr. Google: Will AI Make Healthcare Smart?

    Are you part of the esti­mat­ed 6.5 mil­lion Cana­di­ans who don’t have a fam­i­ly…

    Goodbye Dr. Google: Will AI Make Healthcare Smart?
    Intelligence chief warns Canadians that China can use TikTok to spy on them

    Intelligence chief warns Canadians that China can use TikTok to spy on them

    In some of his most hawk­ish com­ments to date, the head of Canada’s intel­li­gence…

    Now armed with AI, America's adversaries will try to influence election, security officials warn

      Now armed with AI, America's adversaries will try to influence election, security officials warn

      WASHINGTON (AP) — Amer­i­ca’s for­eign adver­saries will again seek to influ­ence the…

      A 1st in Canada, $1.6B EV battery separator plant to open in Port Colborne, Ont., in 2027

      A 1st in Canada, $1.6B EV battery separator plant to open in Port Colborne, Ont., in 2027

      A small city nes­tled in south­ern Ontar­i­o’s Nia­gara Region will be home to a new…

      AI Crossroads: The Path Between Optimists and Avoiders

      AI Crossroads: The Path Between Optimists and Avoiders

      Effec­tive AI reg­u­la­tion and inter­na­tion­al coop­er­a­tion are essen­tial to…



      AI Crossroads: The Path Between Optimists and Avoiders
      Ottawa should address AI's impact on worker rights, privacy: parliamentary report

      Ottawa should address AI's impact on worker rights, privacy: parliamentary report

      A par­lia­men­tary com­mit­tee is out­lin­ing ways the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment can bet­ter…

      A bumpy road ahead: a critical assessment of Canada’s Electric Vehicle Availability Standard

      A bumpy road ahead: a critical assessment of Canada’s Electric Vehicle Availability Standard

      This paper exam­ines Canada’s plan to man­date that by 2035 100 per­cent of new vehi­cles…

      How AI is helping Canadians stay safe and informed in moments of crisis

      How AI is helping Canadians stay safe and informed in moments of crisis

      Today, Arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence (AI) is one of the pri­ma­ry tools Google employs to…

      Canada's auto sector faces an EV renaissance, but local job protection is a concern

      Canada's auto sector faces an EV renaissance, but local job protection is a concern

      Canada’s auto indus­try is expe­ri­enc­ing a renais­sance as it tran­si­tions from…

      The Logic tries to get into trouble with a ‘consumer hacking device’

      The Logic tries to get into trouble with a ‘consumer hacking device’

      OTTAWA — In March, after the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment promised a ban on ​“con­sumer…

      The AI wars have begun. Is it too late to stop them?

      The AI wars have begun. Is it too late to stop them?

      “Bring us more tar­gets!” the Israel Defence Force (IDF) com­man­ders shout­ed at…

      Federal government used AI in hundreds of initiatives, new research database shows

      Federal government used AI in hundreds of initiatives, new research database shows

      Canada’s fed­er­al gov­ern­ment has used arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence in near­ly 300…

      The New Mobility Era: Leveraging Digital Technologies for More Equitable, Efficient and Effective Public Transportation

      The New Mobility Era: Leveraging Digital Technologies for More Equitable, Efficient and Effective…

      Dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies have the poten­tial to enhance urban mobil­i­ty to achieve…