There was a lot of exciting news in Waterloo over the last month, including multiple major government funding announcements, significant news about Toyota’s manufacturing plans and reporting on a US tech exodus to Canada.
From May 21-23, the tech world will converge in Toronto for the Collision Conference. With more than 25,000 attendees representing business decision-makers from global tech behemoths and emerging tech companies alike, it is North America’s fastest-growing tech conference.
Collision is also taking place right next to one of North America’s hottest tech hubs: Waterloo.
Last week, the Canadian federal government announced funding for four Waterloo-based quantum technology businesses and organizations totaling $41 million. Delivered through the Strategic Innovation Fund, this money further strengthens Canada’s position in the world of quantum computing and machine learning and further affirms Waterloo’s nickname “Quantum Valley.”
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction. It is driving innovation in a wide variety of industries, from unsurprising suspects like software-as-a-service to less expected applications including advanced manufacturing and automotive.
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