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AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

Skilled, humanoid robots may be able to help fill jobs and address challenges created by declining fertility rates and shrinking populations globally
UBC builds smart hydrogen hub

UBC builds smart hydrogen hub

Smart Hydrogen Energy District to make hydrogen from solar power on site
B.C. poised to become a quantum technology powerhouse

B.C. poised to become a quantum technology powerhouse

Experts say commercial quantum computing will be disruptive, available in five years.
Collision organizers to bring North American version of Web Summit conference to B.C.

Collision organizers to bring North American version of Web Summit conference to B.C.

VANCOUVER — Global technology conference Web Summit is headed to Vancouver next May with a new North American iteration of the event.
IFS signs deal to buy Copperleaf Technologies in agreement valued at $1 billion

IFS signs deal to buy Copperleaf Technologies in agreement valued at $1 billion

VANCOUVER — Copperleaf Technologies Inc. has signed a deal to be acquired by IFS AB in an agreement valued at about $1 billion.
B.C. medical tech company Kardium secures US$104M in funding

B.C. medical tech company Kardium secures US$104M in funding

Burnaby company plans to use fund to expand manufacturing, hire more workers
Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

OTTAWA — Canada's privacy commissioner is teaming up with his U.K. counterpart to investigate a data breach discovered last year at 23andMe. Philippe Dufresne's office says the joint investigation with U.K.
'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

As wind-driven wildfires broke out on the Hawaiian island of Maui last summer, killing more than 100 people and destroying thousands of buildings, a telecommunications blackout kept many residents in the dark.
Silicon Valley spirit growing on Fraser Valley farms

Silicon Valley spirit growing on Fraser Valley farms

B.C.-made agriculture-tech is helping B.C. farms enhance productivity, manage change
Cybersecurity standards emerging in Canada as ransomware business booms

Cybersecurity standards emerging in Canada as ransomware business booms

"The way that the bad guys are getting in is constantly changing, and the battlefield is constantly shifting for cybersecurity professionals to keep these organizations safe."
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