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27 March 2020

My Road to UX: Alina Balean

  Written by: Alina Balean To tell the story of how I became a UX designer,…
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23 March 2020

COVID-19 and Daily Life: Reflections from a Canadian in France

  Just a month ago, I was happily presenting ICTC research on smart mobility –one…
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23 March 2020

Critical COVID-19 Insights from ICTC’s Senior Economist Living in France

  On March 16, France announced a nationwide lockdown as a result of the growing…
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23 March 2020

ICTC Cyber Sleuth Challenge

HOW Each weekday ICTC will be posting a clue on their Twitter account (@ICTC_CTIC). Taking…
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23 March 2020

Cyber Game Break

ICTC wants to share the fantastic cyber-security games by the amazing bright minds at so…
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17 March 2020

The Recent State of the Global Economy: A Month of Shocks

UPDATE: Underscoring the fast-moving nature of this crisis and the policy response, in the 48…
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16 March 2020

Design Thinking for Smarter Communities

The scale of Canadian geography is a perennial infrastructure and policy challenge. As with electricity,…
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9 March 2020

Jarrett Laughlin Flips Edtech on its Head for Better Educational Outcomes: Q&A with Sprig Learning Founder

The constant proliferation of new educational technologies can distract from important questions such as “Is…
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4 February 2020

Climate change, oil and gas innovation, and a Q&A with Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. discussing how its new “Lab” harnesses data for better operational, safety and environmental performance

As the debate over climate change escalates, the resources extraction and oil and gas industries…
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30 January 2020

CES2020: New Tech, Best Tech, Cool Tech, Tech Trends, Highlights and an In-the-Trenches View of One of the World’s Biggest Technology Tradeshows

CES2020 this January was another colossal installment of the Consumer and Electronics Show in Las…
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28 January 2020

Applied ethics crucial to realizing the benefit of new innovations

Canada Research Chair Jason Millar is an engineer and philosopher who studies social and ethical…
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16 January 2020

Complex Relations: AI and the Future of Canada’s Workforce

This interview provides a behind-the-scenes look at the research contributing to an upcoming report. The…
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