Apr 30, 2015

Few Canadian businesses ready for next wave of tech change, study says - The Globe and Mail

Deloitte says only 13 per cent of the 700 companies in its study scored well, while 87 per cent were partly or completely unprepared for major advances in technology like robotics and artificial intelligence

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