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Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | October 4, 2023
We are overdue for new, more substantive laws to protect kids and youth from the online harms they confront daily. Unsplash photograph by Kelly Sikkema
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | October 4, 2023
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | October 4, 2023
We are overdue for new, more substantive laws to protect kids and youth from the online harms they confront daily. Unsplash photograph by Kelly Sikkema
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | January 16, 2019
AI and big data will drive how Canadians work, play, and live their lives. Working under a common framework for the ethical use of AI and data will be critical not only for our future economy, but how we function as a society, writes Keith Jansa of the CIO Strategy Council. Photograph courtesy of Unspalsh
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | January 16, 2019
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | January 16, 2019
AI and big data will drive how Canadians work, play, and live their lives. Working under a common framework for the ethical use of AI and data will be critical not only for our future economy, but how we function as a society, writes Keith Jansa of the CIO Strategy Council. Photograph courtesy of Unspalsh
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | November 12, 2018
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured in this file photo. Action is needed on developing technology standards that will guide how AI and big data will be used and who will benefit from it, writes Keith Jansa of the CIO Strategy Council. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | November 12, 2018
Opinion | BY KEITH JANSA | November 12, 2018
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured in this file photo. Action is needed on developing technology standards that will guide how AI and big data will be used and who will benefit from it, writes Keith Jansa of the CIO Strategy Council. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade