Is Artificial Intelligence the future of immigration in Canada? A new program is being introduced into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) that claims that when it launches, it will be the "best artificially and emotionally intelligent virtual immigration advisor in Canada," according to its website.
Communitech reveals 25 founders participating in fierce founders bootcamp. The bootcamp helps early-stage founders develop their business models, collaborate with mentors, and learn to pitch. The two-part bootcamp hosts female prepares them for Pitch Day, Feb. 15, 2018, where they compete to win up to $100,000.
Companies move forward in Ontario AI Legal Challenge. Sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Legal Innovation Zone (LIZ) at Ryerson University, the challenge was developed to encourage and support Ontario-based technology companies that are applying artificial intelligence (AI) to legal applications.
On November 28, 2017, Destin AI got selected as the finalist of Ontario AI Legal Challenge hosted by Legal Innovation Zone and with the partnership of the Ministry of the Attorney General. "We have an opportunity to harness cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence." said Attorney General Yasir Naqvi.
Destin.ai founder and CEO Nargiz Mammadova sat down to tell us how she developed her artificial intelligence platform to help newcomers integrate, how it can help Canada become more inclusive and whats on the horizon for Destin.ai.
FI Grad - Destin AI is on the top 3 startups which will receive a grant from City of Toronto. Founder Institute Toronto Sees One of the Largest Tech Company Legal Incorporations in Canadian History - Destin AI is on top 3 startups for 2017 which will receive a grant from City of Toronto.