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CABC Blog 2017-09-21T06:03:06+08:00

CABC BLOG

Building Trust and Driving Business Value with Explainable AI Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic as companies and governments explore ways that computers can crunch data and perform tasks faster and better than humans. But do we really know how AI “thinks” and whether it’s reliable? The answer comes from Explainable AI, which brings transparency and accountability to how AI models analyse data and make decisions. Read on for our breakdown of the white paper on Explainable AI (XAI) recently published by Element AI, a Canadian software company with offices in Montreal, Toronto, London, Seoul and Singapore. “Building trust in AI is…
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has made value chains increasingly complex, and geopolitical trends combined with the new economic reality has shaped a winning environment for forward-looking and trade-ready nations. While Canada and ASEAN enjoy a growing relationship – with ongoing exploratory FTA discussions adding momentum to the partnership – now is the time for the regions to leverage one another’s complementary strengths to unlock deeper benefits on both sides of the Pacific. The Canada-ASEAN Business Council (CABC) believes that by aligning their innovation agendas, Canada and ASEAN can partner for growth in today’s global knowledge economy. The question is, where…
The Canada-ASEAN Business Council (CABC) is conducting the Canada-ASEAN Business Outlook Survey 2019  and would like to invite CABC members and members of the public to participate in the survey. This research project is a collaboration between CABC, University of British Columbia’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, with the support from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The Canada-ASEAN Business Outlook Survey 2019 aims to better understand the market conditions for Canadian and Canada-linked enterprises in the ASEAN-region. This survey also aims to provide an update to the Canada-ASEAN Business Outlook Survey 2016. Responses to this survey will: Provide key insights into the…
Net Exports 2017 Canada: 0 MTPA ASEAN: 48.6 MTPA While Canada has a robust location advantage when it comes to serving the North Asia LNG market, it will enter the market as a lightweight, competing with incumbent heavyweights, Australia, Qatar and eventually the United States.  To compete, its value proposition must maintain competitive pricing and keep its head on a swivel for other competitors within its weight class. ASEAN, with its growing energy demand could be viewed as a potential customer, but its abundance of natural gas and historic LNG production may see it emerge as a dark horse competitor…