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B.C. medical isotope ‘trailblazer’ ARTMS fetches US$82M in Telix acquisition

B.C. medical isotope ‘trailblazer’ ARTMS fetches US$82M in Telix acquisition

Deal includes US$15M upfront cash, US$42.5M in shares and potential US$24.5M bonus
Auto parts maker Magna International signs strategic partnership with Sanctuary AI

Auto parts maker Magna International signs strategic partnership with Sanctuary AI

VANCOUVER — Magna International Inc. has signed a strategic partnership with Sanctuary AI for the development of general purpose AI robots for use in the company's manufacturing operations.
Federal government used AI in hundreds of initiatives, new research database shows

Federal government used AI in hundreds of initiatives, new research database shows

OTTAWA — Canada's federal government has used artificial intelligence in nearly 300 projects and initiatives, new research has found — including to help predict the outcome of tax cases, sort temporary visa applications and promote diversity in hirin
North Vancouver company wins $380K in national space food contest

North Vancouver company wins $380K in national space food contest

In outer space and remote communities on earth, the system is designed to provide both nurtrition and a taste of home
Quebecor expanding discount wireless brand Fizz to four provinces

Quebecor expanding discount wireless brand Fizz to four provinces

Quebecor Inc.'s Fizz is expanding to Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and B.C. through a framework that allows regional cellphone providers to compete across Canada using networks built by its larger rivals.
Kamloops Innovation, TRU students start program to help businesses apply AI tech

Kamloops Innovation, TRU students start program to help businesses apply AI tech

Kamloops Innovation says artificial intelligence adoption essential for businesses to stay ahead
Tech experts hope federal AI funding will help quicken adoption, commercialization

Tech experts hope federal AI funding will help quicken adoption, commercialization

TORONTO — Tech experts are hopeful that more than two billion dollars in federal funding for Canada's artificial intelligence industry will accelerate the adoption of technology and help businesses commercialize AI products and services.
B.C.’s General Fusion, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories partner up

B.C.’s General Fusion, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories partner up

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to help design fusion machine
Central Okanagan recycling contaminants drop 23% with help of AI scanning

Central Okanagan recycling contaminants drop 23% with help of AI scanning

High-tech cameras catch recycling errors, prompt residents to improve habits
Hootsuite buys analytics firm Talkwalker as CEO foresees social media disruption

Hootsuite buys analytics firm Talkwalker as CEO foresees social media disruption

When Irina Novoselsky contemplates social media, she's certain the next decade won't be anything like the last because consumers increasingly allow the online world to shape nearly every aspect of their lives.