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It is time to reboot Canada’s tax and benefit system

It is time to reboot Canada’s tax and benefit system

Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy. Large multinational companies have jumped out to a headstart in the race to succeed, and Canada runs the risk of falling behind. At stake is nothing less than our prosperity and economic well-being. The

Innovation Nation: How to boost adoption of AI — ethically

Like many revolutionary developments, AI requires care.Brice Hall/National Post illustration Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy. Large multinational companies have jumped out to a headstart in the race to succeed, and Canada runs the risk of falling behind. At stake

Innovation Nation: Why CEOs support basic income

Floyd Marinescu: Basic income is an economic need.Brice Hall/National Post illustration Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy. Large multinational companies have jumped out to a headstart in the race to succeed, and Canada runs the risk of falling behind. At

Far Cry New Dawn review: Eminently playable, predictably repetitive

Far Cry New Dawn's post-thermonuclear war America is more alive and colourful than one might expect…Ubisoft Score: 7.5/10  Platform: PlayStation 4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Windows PC Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Publisher: Ubisoft Release Date: February 15, 2019 ESRB: M I don’t know that there’s ever been a more colourful or positive outlook on how the natural world

Innovation Nation: AI godfathers gave Canada an early edge — but we could end up being left in the dust

Geoffrey Hinton, a Google fellow and professor emeritus of computer science at the University of Toronto; computer Science professor Yoshua Bengio; and director of Facebook AI Research Yann LeCun.Aaron Vincent Elkaim/The New York Times; Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press; Brian Ach for Wired. NP Photo Illustration. Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the

Crackdown 3 review: Brutal justice made brutally boring

The city players explore in Crackdown 3 is preposterously architected, a ramshackle collection of oddly scaled futuristic freeways, towers, and plazas that hardly make sense even by video game standards.Microsoft Score: 5.0/10  Platform: Xbox One, Windows PC Developer: Sumo Digital Publisher: Microsoft Studios Release Date: February 15, 2019 ESRB: M As I played Crackdown 3, the

Innovation Nation: When privacy stands in the way of patient care

Many Canadians don’t realize they legally own their personal health records.Photo Illustration by Gigi Suhanic/National Post While nothing is more private for most individuals than their health, many Canadians don’t realize they legally own their personal health records — or how they would obtain them. As we look to evolve our health care system, however,

Innovation Nation: What Canada’s cutting-edge health tech startups need to get to the next level

Jeff Ruby, founder and CEO of Newtopia.Photo by Peter J. Thompson/National Post. National Post photo illustration. Mark Taylor has a front-row seat to the development and launch of some of Canada’s greatest health-tech innovations as the leader of the licensing and commercialization team at Toronto’s University Health Network (UHN), one of the largest health-care and

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