Edmonton’s innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs are making a global impact; from building a top 10 global architecture firm in the 60s (Stantec) to establishing North America’s largest chain of specialty running stores in the 80s (The Running Room), Edmontonians have always punched above their weight.
We also lay claim to Canada’s largest provider of online training, testing and certification (Yardstick); have collected Orders of Canada for our game development skills (Dr. Ray Muzyka and Dr. Greg Zeschuk, BioWare); helped online retailers get more bang for their buck (Granify); and allowed Internet users to register for a website through a social media account (LoginRadius).
AltaML serves as a bridge between cutting-edge research in academia and the realities of commercialization in the industry.
Partnering with organizations and using a co-development model, AltaML provides technical and strategic expertise for leveraging an organization's data with AI and Machine Learning technologies.
Student DevCon is a chance for students to plan for life beyond the classroom, to find a supportive community of peers and mentors, and learn about all the incredible possibilities waiting in Edmonton.
And part of what makes it possible is the sponsorship of Intuit. A cornerstone of the innovation community, Intuit works to help build the next generation of innovators in Edmonton.
SingularityU is praised as a transformative event by its attendees, which is one of the reasons why there was so much support to bring the revolutionary conference to Edmonton.
Among those supporters were ATB Financial and EPCOR, both working to foster an innovation scene in Edmonton that's ready to change the world.