Tag Archives: Andrea Bonime-Blanc

Artificial intelligence gets real

AI’s potential to transform business and society is indisputable. But even as the money pours in and the stakes rise, many executives and directors are still asking: what does it mean for me? Buckle up, as we break down fact from fantasy and offer five guiding principles for AI adoption
By Jonathan Woods
October 5th, 2017

When Jordan Jacobs approached former TD Bank Group CEO Ed Clark in late 2016 with the idea to fundraise for a world-leading artificial intelligence research facility, he found a willing and motivated partner. “I sent an e-mail to Ed at … Continue reading

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Every port is a storm

Business and personal productivity is booming thanks to embedded technology and the growing interconnectedness of our devices. The down side? The security vulnerabilities are a hacker’s dream
By Jonathan Woods
December 15th, 2016

These days, whenever a well-known public company suffers a major data breach, bulletins and news alerts circulate quickly among most boards and the governance community. But in October, when a botnet army of hijacked network-connected surveillance cameras, Wi-Fi routers and … Continue reading

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The best defence

What are the hot-button risk issues facing companies today? How should you deal with them? Our survival guide has got you covered
By Susan Mohammad
September 16th, 2013

It was a summer of unexpected calamity in Canada, from west to east. Who could have predicted an oil-filled train would derail, slam into the town of Lac-Mégantic, Que., and ignite, killing 50 people, leveling a swath of buildings and … Continue reading

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