Five years after winning Jeopardy! on American televisions, IBM Watson can now become part of the television itself, thanks to the new experimental platform Project Intu.
Canadian government is developing a new fast-track startup-friendly visa that could be processed in up to 14 days.
A new report from TechToronto says over 400,000 jobs in Toronto in 2016 are related to the tech sector.
The transformational power of cloud computing will encompass AI, infrastructure, security, and large-scale business opportunities.
Collecting 2.3 trillion GB of healthcare data is one thing, but analyzing it is the priority.
Current funding doesn’t match need, due to perceived low returns and lack of glamour in investing in service-based startups.
While Silicon Valley snaps up Ontario engineering graduates, little money is coming the other way.
While immediate app virality is rare, predicting user uptake is always a guessing game. Surprises on the upside can trigger an avalanche of negative reviews if the back-end infrastructure doesn’t support rapid growth in multiple markets.
Citing Evernote, Zirx, and Bannerman as examples, The New York Times explains how tech startups have largely responded to alarm bells set off by investors.
The results help to back up assertions that software is eating the world and that tech is one of the few industries creating net job growth.