In the wake of Remembrance Day, Alexis Amini delves into Canada’s contribution during the First World War.
While Canada’s AI startups face increased competition from foreign scale-ups and BigTech in the enterprise market, the general lack of data readiness among enterprise customers compounds the weakness of Canadian tech entrepreneurs vis-à-vis larger international players.
In part 3, Research Analyst Alexis Amini explains why Big tech investments in the Canadian AI ecosystem create a localized brain drain of AI talents.
In part 2, Alexis Amini delves into the Canadian tech industry’s strategy to reverse the brain drain of AI talent and develop domestic AI champions able to compete with Big Tech.
Research Analyst Alexis Amini explains how Canadian authorities look to build upon Canada’s lead in fundamental AI research to create a world-leading national AI industry featuring a complete value-chain.
Following the unveiling of the Defence Policy Review, the NAOC is pleased to present some highlights of the new document.
Despite Canada’s small military and limited defense budget, Alexis Amini argues that the Canadian Forces are a model for European NATO members with comparable capabilities and resources.
On Wednesday, March 8th, Canadian Armed Forces program editor Alexis Amini was interviewed by the Monocle Daily on the topic of Canada’s fighter jet procurement.
Alexis Amini explores little-known aspects of Canada’s participation in WW2
After arguing in part I the imperative for the RCAF to develop a mixed fleet composed of stealth and non-stealth platforms, Alexis Amini identifies in part II the most cost-effective manned/unmanned force structure Canada can acquire.