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Tech & Science

Mar 5, 2019
How AI Unlocks the Value in Data

BCBusiness + Deloitte Businesses and retailers are missing out on enormous growth potential and may not even realize it. Although Artifical Intelligence (AI) is familiar, it doesn’t seem to be the go-to solution in business. As such, companies are losing out on extending...

Mar 1, 2019
Five questions: Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster CEO Sue Paish
Nick Rockel

1. What is Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster?It’s the coming to life of courageous public policy from the federal government that is designed to do a number of things. One is to encourage and promote the scaling up of small and medium-sized...

Feb 28, 2019
After Hours: 3 things to do in March
By BCBusiness

GET SMARTAre you a startup looking to add a digital edge to your business? Or a professional who wants to stay in the loop with emerging technology? Learn about advances in the field and how they can help businesses at...

Feb 27, 2019
Canadian cleantech companies encouraged to go global
Juan Rivera

Calling all green energy innovators: with support from various levels of government, the Cleantech Scale-Up Program is seeking Western Canadian tech companies specializing in clean power. The program aims to give them a clear path to mass-marketing and exporting their products and...

Feb 19, 2019
Office Space: Vancouver-based Trulioo is growing up
Felicity Stone

Trulioo has moved up in the world. Last year, the Vancouver-based identity verification firm relocated from cramped quarters in Gastown to a 12th-floor office on West Hastings Street near Burrard. The new 12,000- square-foot digs, more than double the size...

Feb 11, 2019
#BCTECHSummit 2019 a Terrific Opportunity for Widespread Exposure

BCBusiness + Innovate BC Chris Mowry, CEO of Burnaby-based General Fusion—a world leader in commercial energy fusion—says of the #BCTECHSummit: “It’s the premier gathering of the clean-energy sector in Western Canada, a terrific opportunity for companies such as ours to receive support...

Feb 8, 2019
Doors Open to Technology welcomes students to a digital future
Juan Rivera

High-school students were welcomed into a number of tech office spaces in the province's capital on Tuesday. As part of Doors Open to Technology, an initiative created by Vancouver-based brand experience firm Inventa and driven by industry leaders to expose youth to careers in one of the province’s fastest growing sectors, students...

Feb 8, 2019
Northern B.C. community platform gets mobile makeover
Juan Rivera

Love Northern BC users will soon notice an improvement in site performance. The platform, which was created to support local businesses competing against online retail and chain stores, has launched a new mobile-friendly version of the community’s website, said the Northern Development Initiative Trust in a release. The trust, which was created...

Feb 4, 2019
Go Figure: Hacking the numbers around digital security
Melissa Edwards

As 1,000 policymakers gather in Victoria for the 20th annual Privacy and Security Conference from February 6 to 8, we look at how British Columbians are—and aren’t—thinking about what’s happening to their data

Jan 29, 2019
B.C. businesses bogged down by cyber threats
Juan Rivera

A new type of threat is catching businesses off-guard. Tech services firm Novipro released the results of its third annual “IT Portrait of Canadian Businesses” survey, and some of the numbers are cause for concern. Companies are still having trouble adjusting to the dangers...

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