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Most Canadians are worried AI is advancing too quickly, and they expect banks to have the answers, says study

A new report highlights a growing fear among Canadians that’s tied to the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence. An online study conducted by Environics Research Group revealed that 77 per cent of Canadians are concerned that AI is advancing too quickly to properly understand its potential risks. The survey of 1,200 Canadians was sponsored by …

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Microsoft will unveil new Surface devices in October, and Apple should be worried

Jony Ive recently left Apple. The man was considered by many to be the top computer designer. Other people, including yours truly, thought Panos Panay of the Surface team was the superior designer. Well, with Ive gone, there is no longer any debate to be had — Panay is undeniably the “top dog” and in …

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Money Anxiety Index Shows Customers Are Not Worried About Recession

The U.S. economy is driven by consumer spending, which makes up close to 70% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Even though the economic indicators are solid at the moment, the slightest apprehension by a small number of consumers can dramatically change the economic outlook. Dr. Dan Geller, a behavioral economist and the developer of …

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Survey: Are you still worried your ads will show up in the wrong places?

This past Wednesday, The Washington Post reported that brand ads were still showing up on polarizing and misleading sites, despite recent efforts to stop it. The article in particular pointed out how cheerful green ads for the Girl Scouts showed up next to content about Muslim invaders and faked mass shootings. Not good. The Survey Takes …

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Facebook Removes Ad Targeting Options – Should You Be Worried?

Big news in the paid social world: Yesterday, Facebook announced that it has removed over 5,000 ad targeting options from its advertising platform in order to uphold its goal of “protecting people from discriminatory advertising on our platforms.” According to the announcement, “this includes limiting the ability for advertisers to exclude audiences that relate to …

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