Edmonton succeeds through a combination of a strong entrepreneurial culture and the backing of top-five-in-world research institutions. Individual action is alloyed through strong community teamwork and a bottom-up approach to problem solving.
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.
Before launching SAM, an Edmonton-based tech startup, James Neufeld worked in broadcast journalism, where he was part of a team who conceived and designed the world’s first social integration platform for TV. This system allowed television presenters to integrate tweets into their reports seamlessly.
Collision is North America's fastest growing tech conference with 30,000 of the worlds most influential buyers, sellers, emerging companies and policy makers happening at the Toronto, Enercare Centre from June 22 to 25, 2020