Eli Fathi

One of Ottawa’s leading artificial intelligence firms has secured $29.6 million in series-B financing, matching a contribution from the federal government with venture capital
Techopia Live got a little lesson in humanity this week from, of all places, an artificial intelligence conference.
Members of Ottawa’s tech and academic communities will guide the federal government in shaping policy decisions around artificial intelligence.
Invest Ottawa is teaming up with Ontario’s other economic development agencies to help scale a new generation of companies past $100 million in revenues.
Some of the capital’s biggest innovation champions will take the stage for the ISPIM Connects Ottawa conference Apr. 7-10.
A tight Ottawa talent market couldn’t hold MindBridge AI back from doubling in size over the course of 2018.
Some of Ottawa’s most well-known tech execs will ask a live crowd to imagine with them at next year’s TEDxKanata event.
High-tech talent, innovative companies and public sector interest could turn Canada’s capital into an AI hub
Two Ottawa artificial intelligence firms announced separate funding rounds this week, raising a combined $14.5 million and elevating the capital’s AI profile.
If you go back to the earliest archives of Techopia Live from a year ago, you’ll find one of our first interviews