These are unprecedented times. The globalization of humanity has allowed countries to better utilize their comparative advantages while sharing technology, knowledge and capital, however, with this increasing interconnection has come a greater vulnerability to widespread chain-reactions when disaster strikes. The COVID-19 pandemic has, within only a few weeks, altered virtually every aspect of our lives. Uncertainty pervades the future of our lifestyles, our policies and our economies.
International Women’s Day is an awareness campaign. The idea is, we note the progress made thus far and then keep the momentum going, to remedy, improve, grow and resolve. End goal = it’s not a conversation topic needed anymore.
Deeplite Named to the 2020 CB Insights AI 100 List of Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups
Montreal-based AI startup Deeplite honored for achievements in making deep learning models smaller, faster and energy efficient for edge devices
Why is it important to talk about Women in Tech?
Equality of rights and opportunities for everyone is something that we should all stand for at all levels to support visibility! Women have always participated actively in the evolution of science and new technologies. To name a few: Margaret Wilcox, Maria Telkes, Florence Parpart, Ada Lovelace and Hedy Lamarr, are all Women and are all inventors. They changed the world then and the Women of today continue to do so now. They create new products that disrupt society and our daily lives. We are hosting a panel discussion to highlight the brilliant Women in Tech who work to change our world. We will discuss their stories, their personal journey and the challenges they have faced.
AAVAA is a Montréal-based start-up with the dream to give everyone the power to seamlessly control their auditory environment without fumbling with devices. AAVAA solutions capitalize on the novelty of Brain and Biosignal Synthesis, the robustness of Acoustics, and the strength of Artificial Intelligence. We are building a bionic ear that selectively hears what you desire to hear without any cumbersome assumptions.
Nokia names industrial automation startup HaiLa winner of the 2019 Nokia Open Innovation Challenge
21 November 2019
Espoo, Finland — Nokia today announced that Canadian startup company HaiLa, which offers technologies that can drastically reduce energy consumption for Internet of Things devices, has won the 2019 Nokia Open Innovation Challenge. HaiLa was awarded €100,000 in financial resources and will be given access to researchers and product development teams at Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs to position it for business growth as the world moves towards industrial automation enabled by 5G networks.
This month, we closed the final funding for TandemLaunch Ventures III and opened our doors for Collision Day! Want to hear more? Check out all our October news below!