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Many Canadians are pinning their hopes on the success of Justin Trudeau’s innovation agenda. There’s a good reason why. Canada is a laggard in...Lire le texte Productivity and the performing arts
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The words we use to describe reality are not without consequence. They express how we define our realities and, as a result, how we...Lire le texte How can Indigenous knowledge shape our view of AI?