Rewards for sharing data an attractive option: survey

Roughly half of Canadians would share info to save on insurance, while autonomous vehicles remain daunting to many.


GE Appliances is following a new digital path

The newly-acquired home appliance company has a new brand to build online.


TD acquires Layer 6

The AI start-up’s platform could aid everything from data automation to financial advising at the bank.


Tech in Action: Ordering a burger with your face

CaliBurger uses facial recognition to connect loyalty data and make easy payments at its restaurants.

Life Is Good - Power of Optimism

Life is Good taps the power of happy thoughts

The apparel brand’s Power of Optimism Machine allows customers to pour themselves a glass half full of positivity.


Biometrics could overtake passwords and PINs: survey

Canadians are opening up to things like fingerprint scans for security and quick purchases.


Shaftesbury partners with Sonifi on VR therapy

The entertainment company’s VR division aims to improve patient care.


New fintech has yet to earn Canadians’ trust: survey

When it comes to trusting digital financial technology, Ratehub’s survey shows the older the product, the better.


Tech in Action: Boxed adds tech to buying in bulk

Using AR and a chatbot to make wholesale ordering more convenient.

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Stradigi names VP of sales and marketing

Former iProspect VP Sonia Allard joins the software company as it looks to grow its business and AI efforts.


The digital trends that will shape marketing in 2018

Live streaming and chatbots are so 2017. Pound & Grain’s Sandy Fleischer and Kaiti Snell look at what’s next.


Tech in Action: Rethink and Buttons work holiday magic

The agency pulls out all the stops to make its holiday card/chatbot as useful as possible this season.


Snapchat opens up its AR capabilities

Lens Studio allows brands and agencies to create 3D lenses and characters all on their own.

Artificial intelligence

How comfortable are Canadians with AI?

A study reveals that privacy concerns and unclear value propositions may hold back consumer adoption.

Craft Matters Creative Hack

Why hacking is helpful

A recent Dentsu Aegis hackathon helped creatives from multiple agencies get at new, data-driven ideas for clients.