Beyond the doom and gloom prognostications about how machines are going to take over the world, there are those brave souls that see bright future of artificial intelligence.
Remember when the Internet first broke out into the public scene? Yup, it seems very hard to imagine now how we can do without it.
In this edition’s In Conversation, Ontario’s Science and Innovation Minister Reza Moridi ventures to say that AI is poised if poised to make and impact on our daily lives as just as far reaching and as elemental as the Internet.
Could Ontario be this country’s ground zero for unfolding AI disruption? Flip over to pages 30 and 31 to find out some of the exciting works scientists from the province’s various research facilities are up to.
In the article Artificial Intelligence – the Canadian connection, we look at three biotech companies engaged in groundbreaking work using AI. Liam Kaufman of Winterlight Labs, Abraham Heifets of Atomwise, and Brendan Frey of Deep Genomics flesh out some of the research coming out of their labs.
Also featured in this month’s edition are Shire Pharma Canada and the Centre for Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics.
Brian Bolzon of Versant Ventures talks about his company’s winning strategy, and we find out what BlueRock is up to.
In our article, They’ve got game, the panelist for the 2017 Bio International Convention’s discussion on Game Theory and the Brain, talk about how gamification is helping advance brain health research.
I think we’ve come up with a stellar lineup for this edition. We hope you do too.
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