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  • The Innovation Age isn’t just about harnessing the power of advanced technologies to rewire the way businesses operate. It’s about people breaking free from the bonds of the present to find solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. In this Age, talent is the currency, and that’s why our access to smart people is attracting the biggest global companies –from Amazon to Siemens, GE to IBM. We’re committed to strengthening and expanding our talent pipeline for companies, large and small, who see in technology the opportunity to create a better future.
  • The Ontario government is providing CEM Specialties Inc. (CEMSI) $2 million through the Ontario Together Fund to help commercialize and accelerate production of its airborne COVID-19 detector Kontrol BioCloud (BioCloud).
  • Speak with global telecom leaders, and they’ll all agree – Ontario, Canada is where telecom and wireless systems trailblazers come together to engineer groundbreaking advancements that shape the future of how the world talks, texts, writes and works.
  • Home to 235 video game companies, Ontario is Canada’s digital gaming destination.
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to impact our everyday lives as much as electricity did more than a century ago. Concepts surrounding creating thinking machines have evolved, and embracing this transformational technology is vital for businesses to remain competitive. Companies large and small are coming to Ontario — home to academic and research institutions as well as world-class talent — to harness AI to uncover solutions to problems once thought impossible.
  • Proof allows governments to instantly track the status of all its approvals, closing bottlenecks and allowing prioritization of those that are urgent or overdue.
  • Companies are using AI to uncover insights from data, increasing efficiency, minimizing downtime, managing risk and creating new products and services.
  • While some fear the impending wave of technological change, SAS Canada stepped forward, ready to apply knowledge, energy and values to shape AI into a force for good. It's responsibility as pioneers of machine learning and besides, it's the perfectly Canadian thing to do.
  • Toronto-based start-up, Eddy Travels, is changing the face of the travel industry by allowing users to book flights, accommodations and activities all through their voice – and in the confines of their favourite chat app.
  • Ontario is a major player in the water tech sector, with homegrown companies developing several technologies that have been implemented across the globe.