Though the Growing Greener's tech was conceived with tradespeople and oil and gas workers in mind, the opportunities are seemingly endless, given that half the world’s population currently has no or very unreliable access to electricity
Sharp glass towers are rising in the seeming blink of an eye in the Ice District near the shiny new Rogers Place arena and a new generation of city-living lovers are driving demand for condos smack in the centre of the city.
In the modern world of acceleration, disruption, and connectivity, innovation has cross-industry applications in every facet of business. Edmonton recognizes and embraces this, building our digital tech ecosystem so that the most innovative companies and ideas can thrive here.
With the Alberta government heavily investing in agriculture and its offshoots, a thriving community of forward-thinking researchers and the close-knit group of existing food-processing businesses ready to welcome newcomers to the fold, the Alberta Treasury Branch in November 2017 predicted continued steady growth in the province’s agri-food industry.
In April, SingularityU Canada brought two days of forward thinking to Edmonton. Some of the brightest minds in the world presented a vision for the future that embraced exponential technologies — from artificial intelligence to cellular agriculture to blockchain.