Governments around the world are investing in artificial intelligence (AI), preparing for the changes ahead as this new technology diffuses. French President Emmanuel Macron...Lire le texte Toward a national policy on AI
Policy discussions of research and development (R&D) and of innovation in Canada often take on a best-of-times, worst-of-times flavour. This makes the issues seem...Lire le texte Will Canada keep up globally on R&D?
Does Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s (DFOs) science advisory process have integrity when tasked with answering questions on salmon farming? If there is any hope...Lire le texte Integrity of the DFO’s science advisory process in question
It feels like not a week goes by without a news report about a major corporation being hacked. Target, JP Morgan, Home Depot, Sony,...Lire le texte Embedding Canadian values in cybersecurity policy
Proponents of automation say the developments will create a more efficient and advanced society, but there are concerns that the changes will not affect...Lire le texte Will AI just wind up automating inequality?
Canadians value their access to an open Internet – that view is on full display at a proceeding currently underway at the federal telecom...Lire le texte Why Canadians oppose blacklisting “pirate” websites
The long-awaited Canadian Smart Cities Challenge is in full swing. Infrastructure Canada has made millions of dollars available to cities that create the best...Lire le texte Winning the smart cities challenge with equity, inclusion
Algorithms, machine learning and, more broadly, artificial intelligence (AI) promise to introduce astounding levels of efficiencies to cities’ monitoring of citizens and infrastructure, their...Lire le texte AI in government: for whom, by whom?
While the world focuses on “whither Amazon HQ2,” the federal government has made a far more important and long-lasting decision about the future of...Lire le texte Cluster development will make us global leaders