Professor Skilton recently published his third book, The 4th Industrial Revolution, which aims to help business leaders navigate the impact Artificial Intelligence and other new technologies are having on the business world.
I spoke with Skilton on March 22 at the Future Now conference in Toronto.
Mohamed Musbah is the co-founder and former vice president of Canadian AI start up Maluuba, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2017.
I spoke with Musbah on March 22 at the Future Now conference in Toronto.
Adam Rivietz illustrates the evolution of influencer marketing firm, #paid. Today, #paid uses an algorithm using IBM Watson technology to match brands with 13,000 influencers across 105 countries.
Earlier this month I spoke with Jordan Sheridan who is the General Manager for Modern Workplace at Microsoft Canada.
Recently, Microsoft and Ipsos released a report that showed if leaders want to drive growth and innovation, they must foster a workplace culture that unleashes their employees’ creative approach to problem solving and desire to collaborate in order to generate fresh ideas.
Jordan Sheridan shares his thoughts on this new research and discusses with Karim Kanji how companies and businesses need to adapt to this new workplace reality.
Hessie Jones first made an appearance on my main podcast, Welcome! a few years ago. Now she’s on my newest podcast, Tech Talks.
In this conversation, recorded just before the 2017 holidays, I chat with Hessie about how companies are going to be using Artificial Intelligence in 2018.
I recently sat down with John Ellis, a big data futurist, on his thesis regarding the “Zero Dollar Car”.
I got my first start in media with Techvibes as their Toronto Community Manager (if we don’t include a couple of appearances on York University’s community radio station in the early 1990s). I’ve been removed as an “author” from Techvibes but most of my work still remains on the website.
Recently, I’ve contributed to itbusiness.ca as a community blogger. However, I had not contributed for a while until very recently. Moving forward, I’ll be doing my best to contribute on a weekly basis. This time via the spoken word.
Introducing: Tech Talks with Karim Kanji. Hosted on Mixcloud and distributed by itbusiness, Tech Talks will feature bite-sized conversations with leaders in technology and business.
My first conversation was with Seth Greene. Businesses are using podcasts as a platform for marketing now more than ever and leading this trend is Seth Greene. I hope you enjoy!