"The decision is going to be based on the best proposals - this is about a full-blown competition.".
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Wants to focus on inventing, developing and applying digital technologies.
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Last Updated Tuesday, October 10, 2017 3:35PM EDT.The contest, a cornerstone of Ottawa's so-called innovation agenda, aims to lift the economy, promote research and create high-quality jobs.Bains was also in Montreal Tuesday to announce another proposal on the short list that is designed to bolster Canadian leadership in artificial intelligence and data science.Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press, published Tuesday, October 10, 2017 9:27AM EDT.
24 and applicants are being encouraged to grow their ranks and, dead giveaway original in some cases, partner with other applicants who weren't shortlisted.
Montreal - Ottawa has announced a short list of nine so-called supercluster proposals that could qualify for a piece of a 950-million federal fund the government hopes will boost the economy and job creation.
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According to Yoshua Bengio, an expert in artificial intelligence and head of the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms, the supercluster approach will likely benefit large companies, but smaller firms and start-ups - particularly in the AI sector - may not see similar advantages.