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Telus says no immediate plan to cut spending, raise rates as it monitors CRTC rulings

Telus says no immediate plan to cut spending, raise rates as it monitors CRTC rulings

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More Canadians using AI tools, despite ‘deep-rooted’ fears about the tech: poll

More Canadians using AI tools, despite ‘deep-rooted’ fears about the tech: poll

Thirty per cent of Canadians now use artificial intelligence tools, the Leger poll suggested — though two-thirds of respondents said the prospect of having them in their lives is scary.
Bard who? Google bringing AI chatbot, now called Gemini, to Canada

Bard who? Google bringing AI chatbot, now called Gemini, to Canada

TORONTO — Google is bringing its artificial intelligence chatbot to Canada as the product gets a new name.
With 'superhuman' artificial intelligence looming, Canada needs law now: AI pioneer

With 'superhuman' artificial intelligence looming, Canada needs law now: AI pioneer

OTTAWA — The federal government must move urgently to regulate artificial intelligence, says a top AI pioneer, warning the technology's current trajectory poses major societal risks.
Vancouver startup launches robo-advisor for Indigenous communities

Vancouver startup launches robo-advisor for Indigenous communities

The company behind the platform aims to address unmet need for financial and investment services
Company looking to test autonomous Chinese drones in northern BC

Company looking to test autonomous Chinese drones in northern BC

Judy Xie says the drones could be used to enhance urban and forest firefighting capabilities, and could be used for medical emergency response.
Vancouver climate-tech firm Svante inks major production deal

Vancouver climate-tech firm Svante inks major production deal

American funding to build carbon capture hubs in U.S. worth $800 million
Make all health records paperless, accessible to patients digitally by 2028: report

Make all health records paperless, accessible to patients digitally by 2028: report

When 30-year-old Greg Price had testicular cancer in 2011, his journey through the health-care system was plagued by a lack of communication between primary care doctors and specialists, leading to delays in diagnosis and treatment.
Lawyers urge B.C. Supreme Court to approve iPhone class-action settlement

Lawyers urge B.C. Supreme Court to approve iPhone class-action settlement

VANCOUVER — A judge in British Columbia will decide next month whether to approve a multimillion-dollar settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Apple for allegedly slowing down older model iPhones with its software updates.
Innovate BC appoints Peter Cowan as president and CEO

Innovate BC appoints Peter Cowan as president and CEO

Cowan previously held the interim CEO role at Intellectual Property Ontario