NEXT Canada, the national nonprofit focused on developing entrepreneurial talent and facilitating the adoption of homegrown technology, will welcome the first Montréal cohort of the organization’s globally recognized artificial intelligence accelerator, NextAI.
Concordia University will host an “innovation factory” focused on extended reality (XR), a combining virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies.
Stradigi AI, a Montréal-based artificial intelligence (AI) solutions provider and leAD, a Berlin-based sports accelerator, have announced a long-term partnership agreement.
The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and Montréal-based Greybox Solutions Inc. developed an innovative “virtual assistant”, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) health monitoring solution for chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and heart failure.
Two new 5G innovation hubs will be launched this fall in Montréal and in Québec as part of the ENCQOR 5G initiative, a $400 million public-private partnership designed to boost economic growth driven by 5G technology.