Tech

Is Canada Trying to Break the Internet?

The AI rev­o­lu­tion has led coun­tries around the world to grap­ple with what the future of tech­nol­o­gy will entail and how best to pro­tect the progress that has been made and ensure a free and open inter­net. Although the world has seen…

Canadian authorities cautious, nervous about AI in political campaigns

Canadian authorities cautious, nervous about AI in political campaigns

As Amer­i­can reg­u­la­tors and state leg­is­la­tures quick­ly imple­ment new rules…

Total cost of ArriveCan 'impossible to determine' due to poor record-keeping, AG report finds

Total cost of ArriveCan 'impossible to determine' due to poor record-keeping, AG report finds

The final cost of the con­tro­ver­sial Arrive­Can app is impos­si­ble to deter­mine due…

What is Canadian content if Canada has no identity, and AI is creating art?

What is Canadian content if Canada has no identity, and AI is creating art?

One of the under-dis­cussed tragedies of Canada’s mul­ti­ple cur­rent (and pre­ventable)…

ArriveCAN: CBSA’s internal review found evidence supporting allegations of misconduct

ArriveCAN: CBSA’s internal review found evidence supporting allegations of misconduct

The Cana­da Bor­der Ser­vices Agency has found evi­dence to sup­port some alle­ga­tions…

AI ‘platforms won’t regulate themselves,’ says Heritage Minister St-Onge as government considers tech’s challenges to media

AI ‘platforms won’t regulate themselves,’ says Heritage Minister St-Onge as government considers…

Her­itage Min­is­ter Pas­cale St-Onge has told a con­fer­ence of media pro­duc­ers…

Unraveling Canada's Commercialization Deficit


AI fake news creations will undermine truthful reporting

AI fake news creations will undermine truthful reporting

In our rapid­ly evolv­ing dig­i­tal age, the per­va­sive reach of AI in pol­i­tics has…

AI-powered disinformation is spreading — is Canada ready for the political impact?

AI-powered disinformation is spreading — is Canada ready for the political impact?

Just days before Slo­va­ki­a’s nation­al elec­tion last fall, a mys­te­ri­ous voice…

Ottawa to spend $980,000 on 56 charging stations for electric vehicles in Halifax

Ottawa to spend $980,000 on 56 charging stations for electric vehicles in Halifax

The fed­er­al gov­ern­ment has announced $980,000 for 56 elec­tric vehi­cle charg­ing…

Meet Oscar, the Canadian-built, AI-driven recycling system helping governments go green

Meet Oscar, the Canadian-built, AI-driven recycling system helping governments go green

Stand­ing in the mid­dle of a cafe­te­ria at Glob­al Affairs, Soren Antosz was…

Ottawa will prevent AI tools from discriminating against potential hires, Anand says

Ottawa will prevent AI tools from discriminating against potential hires, Anand says

The fed­er­al gov­ern­ment will work to pre­vent arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence from…

Tru-Don’t: Canada Shows What Not To Do on Tech Policy

Tru-Don’t: Canada Shows What Not To Do on Tech Policy

When Cana­di­an illus­tra­tor Chelsea O’Bryne told Politi­co that a recent­ly passed…

AI-generated hoaxes pose a 'persistent threat' to public safety: intel analysis

AI-generated hoaxes pose a 'persistent threat' to public safety: intel analysis

Vio­lent extrem­ists who lack the means to car­ry out an attack in Cana­da could…

Power company says it's halting battery storage plan after backlash, death threat

Power company says it's halting battery storage plan after backlash, death threat

A Toron­to-based pow­er cor­po­ra­tion says it’s halt­ing its pro­pos­al for…

Canada's telecom sector awaiting key regulatory decisions after transformative year

Canada's telecom sector awaiting key regulatory decisions after transformative year

Canada’s tele­com sec­tor faced a sig­nif­i­cant shake­up in 2023 after Indus­try…


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