Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2018: Emerging Technologies and Strategies,

The Conference Board of Canada, 36 pages, October 22, 2018
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This report identifies and discusses key takeaways extracted from the Conference Board's Technology and Innovation Policy 2018: Emerging Technologies and Strategies event that was held in Toronto on April 25, 2018.

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On April 25, 2018, The Conference Board of Canada's Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2018: Emerging Technologies and Strategies event was held in Toronto. Presentations covered a wide variety of topics—from a discussion on blockchain and its effects on business, to a 24-hour journey through a typical day in 2025. These topics were selected to inform and inspire participants, as well as to help them prepare for change, identify opportunities, and gain practical insights on emerging technologies. In addition to providing summaries of each session, this report identifies and discusses three key insights extracted from the event’s presentations: 1) emerging technologies and strategies will have a far-reaching impact; 2) the future is already here; and 3) Canada risks missing out.

Table of Contents

Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2018: Emerging Technologies and Strategies

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Session Insights
  • Conclusion

Appendix A—Summarized Key Take-Aways

Appendix B—Bibliography

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