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Canada’s most undervalued resource: The importance of capitalizing on the data economy

Published on: Jan 31, 2020

Over the past few decades, our world has become increasingly digital, fundamentally changing how people interact, and how businesses create products and provide services. This increasing digitalization has produced exponentially growing streams of data, which is continuously being collected, stored, processed, and shared.

This data is crucial for the Canadian economy, as it forms the foundation for AI and the development of new technology. With our country’s highly skilled and diverse workforce and unique industry experience, Deloitte believes that the nation can set a collective vision to support Canadians in building a world-leading data economy.

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