Adapting our complex health systems to the future will be a difficult task, but integrating AI should not be seen as a science fiction impossibility. Rather, it will be a practical necessity.
Any policy intervention in the news media market should be primarily aimed at enabling the transition away from the failed legacy media model to new, different, and more sustainable ones.
The U.S. Congress heard last week that the American government possesses “non-human biologics,” presumably alien life forms recovered from fallen spaceships.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the Liberal government’s impending cabinet shuffle. Plus, the recent trend of Big Tech companies threatening to get tough with countries that try to regulate them. Is this an ominous sign for the future?
When it comes to generating power, these days being clean is just as important as being cheap. Fortunately, Canada’s largest province is scaling up its nuclear power ambitions, which is good news for Canada’s clean energy future.
Is AI an existential threat? Yann LeCun, Max Tegmark, Melanie Mitchell, and Yoshua Bengio make their case
The following is a Hub exclusive of a series of interviews with Yann LeCun, Max Tegmark, Melanie Mitchell, and Yoshua Bengio, who are professors and scientists that recently participated in the Munk Debate contesting the following resolution: “Be it resolved, AI research and development poses an existential threat.”
‘What if we were first?’: James Millar on how Canada can be a global leader in carbon capture and storage
This episode of Hub Dialogues features James Millar, the president and chief executive officer of the International CCS Knowledge Centre, on the key role carbon capture and storage will play in helping Canada meet its climate goals, why Canada is uniquely suited to becoming a global leader in implementing this innovative technology, and what more still needs to be done.
Future-proofing the energy industry: Pathways Alliance president Kendall Dilling on getting Canada’s oil sands sector to net zero
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Pathways Alliance president Kendall Dilling on how Canada’s oil and gas sector can be a valuable partner in reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, the current state of the various technologies helping to achieve that goal, and why decarbonizing energy will be an incredibly profitable opportunity in the long-term.
‘It’s the Wild West right now’: Journalist Matt Taibbi talks Elon Musk, the Twitter Files, and the state of media
This special presentation of Hub Dialogues features The Hub’s executive director Rudyard Griffiths in conversation with independent U.S. journalist Matt Taibbi about the Twitter Files, the state and future of Twitter, mainstream media, and the future of democracy in the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential elections.
Deploying next-generation 5G and 5G-enabled technologies will have positive impacts on our efforts to reduce emissions, due to both direct increases in the energy efficiency of the networks themselves and indirect impacts across all sectors that utilize digital technologies.