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It’s great that the Canadian government is willing to invest this much in our industries, research and development, but it’s not enough to be world leaders in the development of AI. We need to be branded in Canada. Our brand should be responsible AI. Our brand should be ethical AI. And the world should know us as leaders in the development of that way of AI.

On Sept. 13 the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law teamed up with Amnesty International to present “Keep the Promise”, a seminar on the Site C dam—a hydroelectric dam being built near British Columbia’s Peace River—and its impact on local Indigenous communities.

When this Gee-Gee travels, only the finest greet him… and by finest I mean the finest cut out. While I may not have been greeted by the actual Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban ki-Moon while visiting Vienna a few weeks back, just a cardboard cut out, my colleagues and I did get the opportunity of a lifetime to visit and tour international institutions based out of Vienna.

Work is work, and it deserves compensation Imagine graduating from your undergraduate degree, after four years of constant financial and academic stress. What are your next steps? With no relevant work experience or professional references, your future might not be as bright as you had imagined. Could an unpaid internship be your way to a …

Al Jazeera English journalist released after nearly two years Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, right, listens to his lawyer Khaled Abou Bakr in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, June 1. Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Amr Nabil iPolitics (CUP)—Nearly two years after his arrest in Egypt on widely denounced terrorism charges, Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy walked out of prison …

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