Jean-Noé Landry is a social entrepreneur and executive director of OpenNorth. As an open data expert, he leads OpenNorth to collaborate domestically with all levels of Canadian government, and internationally with institutions including the Open Government Partnership and the Open Data Charter.  

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AI in government: for whom, by whom?

Algorithms, machine learning and, more broadly, artificial intelligence (AI) promise to introduce astounding levels of efficiencies to cities’ monitoring of citizens and infrastructure, their planning and governance, and their service response and decision-making. While we …

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Créer des villes intelligentes inclusives

En vous promenant dans un quartier ou au centre-ville d’une ville canadienne typique, vous passerez peut-être devant une caméra de circulation ou devant un commerce de vélos qui collectera des informations sur vos déplacements. Au …

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Open government: Canada’s new soft power?

Canada is at its most significant juncture in its open government initiative since its inception in 2011. Having been elected to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Steering Committee and accepted the position of co-chair, Canada …

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