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Wally Trenholm, CEO of Sightline speaking on AI, Defence and Foreign Policy in San Francisco

Sightline Innovation is proud to announce that our CEO, Wally Trenholm, will be speaking at a private event on February 21st in San Francisco. The Panel will exploring the impact of AI on Domestic, Defence and Foreign Policy and will feature a mix of executives and scholars from domestic and international think tanks.

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Sightline International Advisor Paul Copping talking about APPG AI in the UK

Paul Copping, Sightline's International Advisor, spoke before the Houses of Parliament in the UK at the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence (APPG AI) Evidence Meeting for Data Governance: Collection & Use. We asked Paul about his participation at the APPG AI meeting and he had this to share with us.

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Canada-UK Symposium on Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (EIAI-2019)

The 2019 Canada-United Kingdom Symposium On Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (EIAI-2019), will be held February 21 and 22, in Ottawa, Canada. A two-day research symposium and networking event organized by the National Research Council Canada and Digital Catapult.

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Dr. Mark Alexiuk, CTO of Sightline delivering keynote in Winnipeg

Sightline is proud to announce that our CTO, Dr. Mark Alexiuk will be speaking at the IEEE, Winnipeg section AGM where he will be delivering the keynote presentation: Applied Machine Learning: A Prairie Perspective.

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Canada may be poised for a tech comeback with innovation

The Toronto Star Business Reporter Michael Lewis dives into the challenge of retaining Canadian homegrown talent amidst the draw of Silicone Valley. Corporate executives and Tech sector experts joined together to discuss the changes that are needed in Canada to stop the brain drain leading talent south of the border. Sightline Co-Founder / COO Mai Mavinkurve was on-hand to take part in the discussion.

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