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Editor’s picks of the week: June 12, 2017

Yet another week during which you did not have the time to do everything that you had planned to do? No worries. Here’s a brief summary of what caught our attention this week. Enjoy reading it! QUOTE OF THE WEEK “What is interesting is that while networks consistently indicate that the viewer is at the... Read More »

South by SouthWest: No Future Without AI

Three technology trends dominated this year’s South by SouthWest festival: artificial intelligence (AI)—which is increasingly intrusive everywhere and still holds the potential of being a complete game changer—, new conversational interfaces (bots and voice) and, last but not least, altered realities (virtual and augmented) that continue to progress. The growth of (newly ubiquitous) artificial intelligence... Read More »

Machines that Predict What You Want to See

This is the third of a series of three posts that further examine subjects covered in Discoverability: Toward a Common Frame of Reference. This third post deals with the latest developments in terms of algorithms with respect to recommendations. In the fall of 2016, TiVo, the company that came out with one of the first... Read More »

It’s here! Our KeyTrends mid-year update report

The Canada Media Fund published last January the 2016 Trends report titled Entering the Age of Experience which dealt with an environment of content in which the industry’s actors are increasingly equipped and aware of the new avenues opened up by digital and are gaining in both experience and audacity. This experience—that one could compare... Read More »

Machine Learning and Art (2 of 2)

A man on a bike as seen by the DeepDream algorithm
Photo credit: Maxime Johnson / DeepDream Machine Learning and Deep Learning are increasingly upsetting all sectors of society and make it namely possible to improve artificial intelligence and halt the spread of malware among many other benefits. However, scientists are not the only... Read More »

Machine Learning and Art (1 of 2)

The Google I/O conference as seen by the DeepDream algorithm
Photo credit: Maxime Johnson / DeepDream Machine learning and deep learning are increasingly disrupting all sectors of society, making it possible to improve artificial intelligence, halt the spread of malware, among many other benefits. However, scientists are not the only ones interested in it.... Read More »

AI, conversational interfaces, and VR: Google goes on the offensive

This week, a lot of attention was given during the kick-off of the annual Google I/O conference to three of this year’s key technologies: artificial intelligence, conversational interfaces and virtual reality. Co-written by Mickael Morier The attractive force of Google’s technologies was in full display with the opening viewed by more than 1 million users... Read More »

F8: Mark Zuckerberg presents his 10-year roadmap

On April 12 in San Francisco, Mark Zuckerberg played along the necessary exercise every leader of a major U.S. tech firm has to go through by giving the opening keynote at the F8 conference. Demonstrating the service’s global reach, his presentation was also broadcast live at 29 meetups  around the world, from Paris to Nairobi, and... Read More »