From the ethics of developing new technologies to breakthroughs in healthcare, the January calendar has online events for everyone in the tech community.
Here are the tech events you need to know about for January.
How can students in technology fields integrate both the ethical and technical aspects of their work? The Tech Stewardship Practice program is designed to help students navigate the competing priorities they will face throughout their careers. The program is open to current undergraduate students at Canadian post-secondary institutions free of charge for a limited time. Join an infosession this month to learn more about the program and have your questions answered live. Various dates in January, online
TechTO is hosting a session that will explore the economics of IP, myths and errors in IP management, and provide alternative strategies for patent management. Featuring IP lawyers from Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, the event will focus on the question, “Will this increase the valuation of my company when I exit?” Attendees will learn the importance of developing a continuous IP process, asset value-based IP strategy, IP pitfalls to avoid and more. January 25, online
How can artificial intelligence innovations get through the development pipeline to help patients? In this event hosted by U of T’s Temerty Centre for AI Research and Education in Medicine, you’ll learn how AI can be deployed successfully and responsibly by considering the technical and sociological impacts these tools will have in the clinical environment. Experts who have developed and are working to deploy algorithms across cardiology, radiation oncology, and critical care will share their lessons learned across the AI development pipeline. January 11, online
What do startups need to consider when setting up an Employee Stock Option Plan? Communitech is hosting an event for founders, CEOs, CFOs, HR and finance leaders who aren’t sure where to start or want to make sure all their bases are covered. Tax, legal and HR experts will speak about what to consider as your company grows. January 11, online
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