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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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Governing Algorithms

by Issue: November/December 2019

As Apple and Facebook learned the hard way, failing to understand the need for AI oversight can land companies in hot water.
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Building the World’s Digital Workforce

by Issue: November / December 2018

Alastair Bathgate is on a mission as CEO of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) firm Blue Prism—but it’s about liberating human workers, not terminating jobs.
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AI-Driven Competitive Advantage Isn’t the Future—It’s Now

by , Issue: November/December 2019

If your company is still thinking about artificial intelligence, please note research shows it is being rapidly deployed across numerous industries.
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Transferring Traditional Banking Skills to the Brave New World

by Issue: March/April 2019

Canada’s fintech ecosystem may be dominated by young entrepreneurs, but they haven’t disrupted the value of old-school industry experience
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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.

Powering Corporate Agility

by Issue: November / December 2018

Want to differentiate your company? In this executive Q&A, Ballard Power CEO Randall MacEwen explains how the required management skill set has changed.

Staying Intact Amid Disruption

by Issue: September/October 2018

Want to raise your game? In this executive Q&A, Intact Financial Corp. CEO Charles Brindamour explains how to envision the future by challenging the status quo—every day

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