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Canada’s AI imperative - Public policy's critical moment

Published on: Jun 11, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to be one of the leading economic drivers of our time, and Deloitte believes Canada has a responsibility to be a global leader. As a country, we have the research strength, talent pool, and startups to become a leading AI supplier, but that’s not enough if we want to lead in an AI-driven world. Our ambition as a nation should be to shape what that world will look like. True leadership is required―that means taking steps now to establish a world-class AI ecosystem in Canada.


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