EMILI is well positioned to create a not-for-profit entity focused on commercialization strategies and skills training around artificial intelligence and machine-learning technologies.

“The manner in which EMILI has framed the issues — the widespread impact machine learning is about to have; the fact Canadian scientists already have staked a leadership position and the significance of going about embedding the technology properly; and the need to develop skills that will be required to manage such efforts — may have had an outsized impact in the whole narrative of the budget as it relates to innovation.”

Read the full story in The Winnipeg Free Press.