66% of businesses willing to share data with third-parties: report
…but they’re still cautious, and believe more clarity is needed in privacy regulation
Tech community issues open letter to Ontario govt. during COVID-19
Tech CEOs and innovation hubs call for swift action to maintain top talent and jobs
threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic
A look at the search for a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada
A summary of some of the scientific projects underway at universities.
SKF Pulse goes Android
Application monitors rotating equipment.
Industry 4.0 and the future of manufacturing
CME says there are some barriers the federal government can help clear.
Trump 5G adviser meets feds in Ottawa as decision on Huawei pending
Freeland’s office and Public Safety mum on details about who from Canada took part in the talks.
ERP: Why cloud-first doesn’t mean cloud-only
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Microsoft says virus hurting supply chain more than expected
Windows licences and its Surface devices “are more negatively impacted than previously anticipated.”
China slams US over ‘attack’ on its candidate to UN IP body
Showdown over the leadership of the World Intellectual Property Organization is the latest face-off between the two countries.
UN disarmament chief warns of AI’s ‘dark side’, Liberals tout benefits
Trudeau government sees it as a pillar of its economic-growth strategy, attracting foreign investment and creating a new skilled jobs sector.
Linear & Rittal: Blazing a trail through the automation industry
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Apple warns China virus will cut iPhone production, sales
Manufacturing facilities are outside Hubei province, all have been reopened but production is ramping up slowly.
US House speaker Pelosi warns allies against using Huawei
Says such technology is far too sensitive to turn to over to Chinese interests.
Canada eyes UK’s decision to grant Huawei partial access to 5G network
Last of the “Five Eyes” intelligence allies to decide the companies that will provide the equipment for its 5G network.
The seven sins of digital transformation implementation failure
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Microsoft: ‘carbon negative’ by 2030 even for supply chain
Currently responsible for about 16 million tonnes of emissions per year, including data centres making of electronics components for its devices.
International Conference on Robotics and Smart Manufacturing (Cancelled)
The International Conference on Robotics and Smart Manufacturing (ICROSMA…
Ballard signs ESAs for fuel cell stacks to support German radio towers
Stacks will go to adKor GmbH and SFC Energy AG to be integrated into Jupiter backup power systems.
You are a hacker’s target: What you need to know
Being prepared reduces the risk and minimizes the impact of a cyber attack.
General Fusion partners with Hatch on demonstration plant project
Partnership includes an investment by Hatch in General Fusion’s US$65 million Series E financing.
CPDC’s radiopharmaceutical Hamilton facility gets FDA clearance
Medications that contain radioactive isotopes are used for the detection and treatment of diseases such as cancer.
White House proposes guidelines for regulating the use of AI
…but the vagueness of the principles announced by the White House is unlikely to satisfy AI watchdogs.
Canadian oilpatch hopes float on Prairie helium drilling prospects
Cooling agent of choice for superconducting magnets in research and medicine.
Schools prep for AI, climate and automation jobs of the future
Forecasting can prove difficult with so many of the jobs not yet been defined.
Doomsday’ scenario of mass layoffs due to AI unlikely: feds
Impacts of automation are likely to be felt most in areas such as rural towns reliant on manufacturing.
Tough mobile computing from Panasonic
Toughbook 55 is customizable for industrial use.
Laser meter goes the distance
Fluke’s 417D measures up to 40 metres.
PC-DMIS measurement software enhanced
Several improvements made to the user experience.
Shipping bitumen: A semi-solid and greener alternative to liquified
Alberta innovators take some of the risk out of bitumen transport.
China reportedly threatens tiny Faeroe Islands over Huawei
Hot mic recording picked up a private conversation between the islands’ trade minister, Helgi Abrahamsen, and his aide during a radio interview.
Field Xpert manages assets
PC tablets cover all important protocols.
China’s electric car sales slump, squeezing automakers
Leaders are promoting electric cars, but sales are stalling because buyers are unsure the technology is mature enough.