Posted on 18 May 2016.
Keynote address by Eric Arthrell and Karen Wilkinson, Deloitte Canada (Warnock MacMillan Theatre)
From the report:
“Advanced technologies are driving the disruptive innovations that will bring significant and permanent change to Canada’s business landscape. In this report, we’ve focused on five technologies we believe have considerable disruptive potential: artificial intelligence, advanced robotics, networks, advanced manufacturing and collaborative connected platforms. Whether profound change comes from these technologies, others, or some combination that has yet to be conceived, the incredible disruptive potential of these five will illustrate the importance of being prepared.”
Read the full report here.
Listen to the keynote address from OCKitchener2016 here.
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