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The can’t-miss tech events for winter 2023

The January and February calendar has great events for everyone in Canadian tech.


Learn from a leader

At the Schulich Startups Event Series some of Canada’s most successful founders share their stories. The next event will feature a conversation with Eva Wong, co-founder and COO of Borrowell. Wong is a superstar of the startup scene. She was named as one of the Standout 35 on the global Women in FinTech Powerlist in 2018, Twitter Canada called her one of 20 tech start-up founders to follow, and she is a past EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Ontario. January 17, Antler Canada, 317 Adelaide St. W.


Discover how to fuel the future

Air travel contributes about two percent of global greenhouse gas emissions annually. But the potential to make the industry more environmentally friendly goes far beyond developing sustainable fuels for planes. At Future Fuels: Climate Solutions in the Sky — and on the Ground, industry leaders discuss how airports can become hubs for cleantech innovation that run on renewable electricity, hydrogen power and other clean energy sources. January 19, online


Connect with Muslim makers

Muslamic Makers is a community of Muslim changemakers helping each other grow and succeed in tech. The community began as a monthly meetup in London, England and now has 1,500 members. It is opening its first chapter in Toronto with organizers Yusra Hussain and Jumana Bahrainwala. Join them for a launch celebration and meetup to learn more about how you can get involved. January 19, Bay Adelaide Centre


Put inclusion into action

Join the Canadian innovation community in helping make employment more inclusive. The MaRS and CIBC Inclusive Design Challenge: Career Advancement is looking for solutions that improve career prospects for people with disabilities. Learn more about the competition requirements and how to apply at this online information session. The challenge winner will receive $50,000 and two runners-up will each get $20,000. January 26 (English) and January 27 (French), online


Explore artificial intelligence trends

The University of Toronto AI conference is a two-day event focused on the impacts of artificial intelligence and machine learning. This event also features the announcement of the winner of the university’s annual undergraduate machine learning research competition, Project X. January 21 & 22, Isabel Bader Theatre


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