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A significant demographics shift, disruptive technology and ubiquitous digital transformations, and a continual need for reskilling, upskilling, and cross-skilling is leading to a global skills gap.

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Every industry is experiencing change and uncertainty in the face of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Industry 4.0. To address the inevitable challenges moving forward, contextere and the AIAC collaborated with ISED to host a digital tech roundtable focused on the future of jobs, unleashing innovation, and ethics in AI.

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The market for new technologies like mobile devices, augmented reality and wearables has significant potential for growth. While many of these technologies are not ready for broad integration, now is the time to begin evaluating how best to apply them for very common and very expensive business problems.

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To effectively begin and execute the procurement process, governments must explore and initiate conversations on how and what they would like regulatory frameworks to address. Similarly, governments must also consider the appropriate procurement policies to apply.

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By 2030 “some 70 percent of companies might have adopted at least one type of AI technology”. Given the significant estimated adoption of AI, we all have a vested interest in ensuring it's developed and implemented responsibly. This is particularly true when it comes to government procurement as it closely impacts citizens’ safety and security.

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Organizations across the country, and across the world, are wrestling with ‘grey out’ as their skilled workers are retiring and taking valuable tribal knowledge with them. Valuable procedural and equipment knowledge is at risk due to a lack of tools capable of capturing, analyzing, and sharing this data.

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Although innovation and digitalization of cities continues to grow, it’s unlikely that smart technology and machines will completely replace the workforce that currently keeps our smart cities running. They will, however, change how we do those jobs and what skills are required to maintain the cities of the future.

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At contextere, our vision is to enable people to achieve their productive potential. To accomplish this, we're building an intelligent personal agent for blue-collar workers that delivers contextually relevant information, guidance, and data to the end-user on the ‘Last Tactical Mile’.

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With the proper application of innovative software solutions, workers can be rapidly upskilled or reskilled to fill the growing gaps in our industrial workforce. While, simultaneously, industrial organizations can capture the critical operational knowledge of a workforce nearing retirement.

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Recently, contextere partnered with Invest Ottawa to host the Canadian American Business Council’s (CABC) ‘Digital Disruption: Analog to Algorithm’ event. The day was a resounding success where business leaders, students, and bureaucrats came together to exchange ideas and discuss ‘digital’.

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