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Here be Dragons: Lessons from China's AI Strategy

ReportBy Mark RobbinsOn January 18, 2019

In 2017 Vladimir Putin boldly declared that “whoever leads in artificial intelligence will rule the world.” While perhaps overstated, there AI industries nonetheless hold a clear importance to global leadership in the 21st century. AI...

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Talking the Talk: Turning the Language of Innovation into Practical Action

EditorialBy Ed BernackiOn December 13, 2018

Governments around the world are now investing in strategies to build innovation skills and capacity of public servants to innovate solutions for the challenges of servicing citizens. Since 2000, Governments in Singapore, South Africa,...

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Where is Canada's Strategy for Augmented Reality?

EditorialBy Mark RobbinsOn November 26, 2018

Augmented reality or “AR” is one of the fastest growing disruptive technologies out there. AR seeks to add additional layers to reality through software which people can interact with. Perhaps the most famous AR application so far has been...

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Democracy and Public Service in Changing Times: Citizen Interaction with the Evolving Centre of Government

Policy PaperBy Mark Robbins & Karl SalgoOn November 21, 2018

There are different theories about how “the centre” of government relates to other state and legislative institutions. The most popular comes from Donald Savoie, who suggests that a growing concentration of power at “the centre” detracts...

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Getting out of the Weeds: A High-Level Analysis of the Implications of Cannabis Legalization for the Workplace

EditorialBy Steve TomlinsOn November 6, 2018

Now that cannabis can be legally purchased and used by adults across Canada, many managers are concerned with how cannabis use may affect their workplace. This paper examines the implications of the legalization of cannabis for different...

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