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IOG's Policy Crunch : Disruptive Innovation and Public Policy in the Digital Age

Cybersecurity - Policy Crunch

October 15, 2019In Ottawa, ON

Never before has the creation and preservation of value depended so much on effective cybersecurity, nor has the means to “getting security right” been so complex. Many aspects of traditional security management are urgently being...

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Civil Society Initiative

The Failing State: Is it the Politics or the Process?

October 16, 2019In Ottawa, ON

We are hosting a debate on Wednesday, October 16th, on rebuilding social cohesion and trust between government and civil society. Major trends are reshaping our society: the rise of (an anti-intellectual brand of) populism, the disruption...

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IOG's Policy Crunch : Disruptive Innovation and Public Policy in the Digital Age

Renegotiating the Social Contract Between Science and Society - Policy Crunch

November 12, 2019In Ottawa, ON

The postwar social contract between science and society – i.e., society provides public funding and a high degree of autonomy to the scientific community in exchange for the considerable but unpredictable benefits that science can provide...

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IOG's Policy Crunch : Disruptive Innovation and Public Policy in the Digital Age

The Future of Work: Beyond the Hype

December 10, 2019In Ottawa, ON

What will work "look like" in 5, 10 and 15 years, in Canada? Will AI and machine learning put us all out of work or will it create more new jobs? Should we be more concerned that the Canadian population is not growing fast enough (through...

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