Technology Outlook 2016: Artificial intelligence, workforce diversity, major growth in store this year …

Technology leaders expect Canada’s transition from resource-based to knowledge-based economy to accelerate in 2016   From left, Highline CEO Marcus Daniels, Launch Academy CEO Ray Walia and B.C. Technology Industry Association Bill Tam Marcus Daniels CEO, Highline A new year is an opportunity for a fresh start, which is great news for Canada’s startup ecosystem. There’s a chance here to build on the successes of 2015 while changing direction for 2016. Much is still to be done to make our ecosystem really flourish and be competitive globally. Thankfully, there are some good signs on the horizon that suggest 2016 is going to be a great year for Canada and Canadian startups. Here are four things to look for in the coming year: 1) Increasing interface between corporations and startups: Canadians…


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