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R3 Capturing Climate Opportunity

Delta Brunswick Hotel St John

NBIF will be hosting a one-day symposium in Saint John, NB on Nov. 23 at the Delta Brunswick Hotel. Connect with fellow innovators and stakeholders from around the province to foster collaboration and spark new ideas. R3: Capturing Climate Opportunity will see researchers, entrepreneurs and decision-makers come together to meet the challenges of the climate crisis and create opportunities in […]

IP, Copyright and Generative AI: What Writers, Artists and Creatives Should Know

Acadia University Wolfville

The use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing exponentially.  So are the legal questions around copyright ownership of works created by AI technology.  This specialized session will cover what writers, artists and creatives should know about IP and copyright generally, as well as touch on some of the legal issues arising in Canada around the use of generative AI. […]

IP Strategies for AI Ocean Companies

The PIER at the Seaport 1209 Marginal Road, Halifax

IP Strategies for AI Ocean Companies, hosted by OSC, OSP, & Springboard Atlantic. Hear from Jeff Slater, Senior Patent Agent at Smart & Biggar LP, who will speak about the importance of having an intellectual property (IP) strategy for ocean companies adopting AI as part of their business. You’ll learn about the relationship between IP, AI and data and hear […]

Industry-Research Partnerships for Ocean-Climate Action Workshop

Hybrid event

"This interactive workshop will bring together industry and research communities to explore partnerships around climate-ocean solutions.  You will: Hear from OFI and OSC leadership about co-funding and collaboration opportunities Connect with industry and research communities in themed breakout groups to explore collaboration and project ideas Make new connections across industry and research communities to create new opportunities. Researchers: Why should […]

COVE Ocean Connector: The future of international autonomous system innovation

COVE - Dartmouth 27 Parker St, Dartmouth

"Autonomous systems will be necessary for the ongoing maintenance of offshore industries such as wind farms as they mitigate risk to humans from the somewhat exciting but dangerous environment offshore. Autonomous systems have the potential to improve the availability of information from offshore assets significantly, but they need to be trusted to do the job safely. This means showing that […]