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  • AGM-110

    Spotlight on Made-In-Ontario Innovation at OCE Annual General Meeting and Showcase

    Oct 19, 2017Spotlight on Made-In-Ontario Innovation at OCE Annual General Meeting and Showcase
    Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) celebrated another year as the province's leading research-to-commercialization organization with over 400 participants registered to attend its Annual General Meeting at Toronto's Design Exchange last night.
  • OCE Fintech Sandbox Partnership

    OCE, FinTech Sandbox launch partnership to grow Ontario fintech sector

    Oct 10, 2017OCE, FinTech Sandbox launch partnership to grow Ontario fintech sector
    About 130 representatives from the fintech innovation ecosystem gathered at the Bay Street offices of Thomson Reuters Canada to mark the occasion with an afternoon of guest speakers, case studies, and a panel discussion under the banner “The Importance of Data and APIs in the Fintech Ecosystem.”
  • IBM Incubator Project launches at Invest Ottawa

    OCE, IBM Canada, and Invest Ottawa Partner to Launch Innovation Space in Ottawa

    Oct 06, 2017OCE, IBM Canada, and Invest Ottawa Partner to Launch Innovation Space in Ottawa
    Ontario continues to build its reputation as a prime location for tech start-ups, following the announcement of the newest innovation hub in Ottawa as part of the IBM Innovation Incubator Project.

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  • October 11, 2017 – The Lawyer's DailyOntario challenges legal technology firms to use artificial intelligence
    There is $80,000 in seed funding to be won by Ontario-based technology companies that can apply artificial intelligence (AI) to legal innovation.

    The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Legal Innovation Zone (LIZ) at Ryerson University are sponsoring the Ontario AI Legal Challenge. 

    Angel investors often come to LIZ looking to meet with the startups as do people from governmental and other agencies, like the Ontario Centres of Excellence.
  • October 4, 2017 – The Globe and MailArtificial intelligence reshaping wealth management

    Imagine a world where chatbots answer client e-mails regarding their investments, and software scours the Internet for the latest news, economic data and academic papers to create insightful investment reports. This might seem like the stuff of science fiction – albeit with a wealth management slant.

    Yet this is the leading edge of financial technology – or fintech – powered by the fast-growing field of artificial intelligence (AI), which is able to process and interpret vast amounts of data at lightning speed.

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