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Defending the Technology Behind Deepfakes

by Issue: January / February 2020

Knee-jerk calls to restrict the use of generative adversarial networks could ensure authoritarian regimes win the AI race.
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Intelligent Human Thinking About AI

by Issue: November/December 2019

Why waiting to see if artificial intelligence lives up to its hype is strategically dumb for executives and policymakers alike.
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Law & AI

by , Issue: November/December 2019

Robotic legal assistants may be on the horizon, but the industry needs to remember past tech-based disruptions only increased the efficiency of its practitioners.
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Who Owns Your Banking Data?

by Issue: January / February 2019

The Canadian debate over open banking is heating up and there is a lot more at stake than most people realize.

Humanizing Financial Advice with Fintech

by Issue: September/October 2018

Like the Six Million Dollar Man’s bionic enhancements, digital technology can make mortal financial advisors better, stronger, faster.

Let’s Make the War on Digital Illiteracy Personal

by Issue: May/June 2018

Hey Canada, ask not what your country can do to improve its competitiveness, ask what you can do for your country’s troublesome skill gap.

The Real Value of Bitcoin

by Issue: March / April 2018

The original cryptocurrency has potential value as the new gold and it remains invaluable as an awareness generator for the greater fintech revolution—but the libertarian dream is dead.

Robo-advisors to Humans: We Come in Peace

by , Issue: January / February 2018

The financial sector would be better served if all concerned saw fintech applications as productivity enablers instead of industry Terminators.

Disrupting the IPO

by Issue: January / February 2018

Despite some high-profile scams, initial coin offerings represent a promising new digital avenue for fundraising for ventures that understand cryptoeconomics.

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