05 September

  Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the present—not just the future—for small businesses. When looking for bottom line efficiencies while keeping up with industry competitors by targeting consumers more precisely than ever, the trick is to use the technology to address specific cases that align with business goals. Here are four ways you can […]

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15 July

Petro Ninja is a FREE user-friendly application for viewing well and production data in Western Canada. Petro Ninja allows users to:   Capture field data and store it geospatially Get directions to well sites Share maps with other users Free Oil and Gas Data Our large database allows you to view all wells in Western […]

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10 October

Photo by John Shmuel BEIJING and SHANGHAI — You don’t have to look very far to see evidence of the startup boom in China’s capital. On nearly every main thoroughfare, hundreds of bright yellow or orange bicycles are lined up along the sidewalk, where pedestrians stop to unlock them with their smartphones. The bikes are […]

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10 October

TORONTO, ON – JUNE 05: co-founder of Netflix Marc Randolph speaks at The Audi Innovation Series held at Four Seasons Hotel on June 5, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images for Audi) Like a character actor whose name gets buried in the credits, Marc Randolph played a key role in shaping Netflix, […]

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10 October

Michael Katchen, CEO of Wealthsimple, poses for a photograph at his office in Toronto on Thursday, April 27, 2017. Robo-adviser Wealthsimple has launched a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims, a move the company says builds off its success targeting smaller, underserviced groups of investors. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette Michael Katchen is Founder and CEO, […]

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10 October

Cybernetic robot hand and child’s hand point toward each other. (Coneyl Jay/Getty Images)   YouTube clips of Google’s killer robots jumping on tables and doing back flips in top secret lab operated by Dr. Evil wannabes are unsettling. Could armies of these machines be capable of taking over the world some day, or at least […]

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10 October

Author Daniel Pink speaking at a conference in 2012. (Larry Busacca/WireImage/Wired/Getty) The rise of artificial intelligence is both celebrated and feared. At once a testament to human ingenuity that promises to revolutionize the way we live and work, AI threatens to make untold numbers of jobs obsolete. PwC, for example, estimates nearly 40 per cent […]

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