Cable & Telecom

IIC 2018: AI changing how newsrooms do journalism, TV broadcasters sell ads

OTTAWA – Smart phones and social media have changed the way we communicate and connect with each other. Artificial intelligence will change the way we function.By 2030, the world will be almost fully digitized, according to Carole Piovesan, the in-house AI expert at international law firm, McCarthy T├ętrault. It will be a world “steeped in predictive analytics, in super-computing power and machine-learning algorithms that underpin the majority of human decisions, and in some cases, even replaces it,’ she said at a panel discussion on AI in Ottawa on Thursday as part of the annual conference of the Canadian chapter of...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.