2018-06-09 00:00:002018-06-09 00:00:00America/TorontoFutureWorldFutureWorld will feature presentations and demos on the future of robotics and AI from creators, researchers, industrialists, and visionaries, with a focus on human-robot interaction, real-world impacts, challenges, and opportunities.TorontoFITC
City of Toronto
The City of Toronto offers many programs and services to help residents and businesses. These are even more important in times of economic uncertainty. We are improving our services to help Torontonians – especially youth and people looking for work. For business owners and new start-ups we want to provide you with the information and the tools you need to help make sure your business is a success.
From its inception in 1998, (mt) Media Temple has been on a mission to help people and businesses succeed online. Over 125,000 customers in 100 countries now rely on Media Temple’s simple tools for domain registration, web hosting, business applications, virtual servers, and other cloud services to power more than 1.5 million websites.
How do movies, books, and art influence our everyday lives at POPnology, an interactive exhibition exploring the pop culture inspiration behind the world’s greatest technological innovations. See the first 3D-printed car, visit R2D2 and T2 Terminator and learn how 2001: A Space Odyssey’s HAL9000 predicted the emergence of intelligent PAs Siri and Alexa. Through hands-on robotics, immersive games and futuristic technology, you’ll see just how far we’ve come and where we’re going.
At Weyland Industries we apply science, technology and our unparalleled global network of resources to the pursuit of Building Better Worlds.
Every day, Weyland biologists, military scientists, chemical engineers, geologists, mechanics, pilots and more work across our solar system to advance human interests and life. As they labor, new planets, natural resources, industries, modes of transportation and medical advancements emerge and evolve before our eyes.
OCAD University is Canada’s “university of imagination.” The university, founded in 1876, is dedicated to art and design education, practice and research and to knowledge and invention across a wide range of disciplines. OCAD University is building on its traditional, studio-based strengths, adding new approaches to learning that champion cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and the integration of emerging technologies. In the Age of Imagination, OCAD University community members will be uniquely qualified to act as catalysts for the next advances in culture, technology and quality of life for all Canadians.
Digital Agency Network (DAN) focuses on collaboration, knowledge-sharing, business support and exploration.
DAN is a global network of carefully selected, highly talented, independently operated marketing & advertising agencies with digital DNA. DAN’s mission is to support member agencies’ businesses and enhance the intelligence, expertise, reach and effectiveness of the members through knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Today, there are more than 2,500 DAN member agencies operating in 76 cities worldwide. All member agencies are amongst the market leaders in their respective countries in terms of creativity, with an impressive portfolio of campaigns and awards.
NOVO delivers insights about the products and technology of tomorrow, today. Its curated mix of hifi, technology and lifestyle topics, along with a unique distribution model, places the publication in the hands of music lovers, technology-curious consumers and industry professionals.
TAVES Consumer Electronics Show is Canada’s ultimate consumer technology event. Showcasing cutting-edge products in the most exciting categories: AR, VR, robots, wearables, drones, autonomous vehicles, electric cars, audio and HDTV, TAVES is a high-octane romp though the latest tech toys.TAVES runs October 12-14, 2018 at The International Centre in MIssissauga.
BotBrawl is Ontario’s only robot fighting league where robot builds from across North America join in battle using custom designed and home built robots. We pit robots against one another in a gladiatorial battle to the death in our specially constructed arena.
Design. Build. Fight
Do you have what it takes to build a champion? Join the league today!
Little Robot Friends are fun, programmable robot characters that encourage creativity while learning electronics and code.
Each robot contains inputs (touch, light, sound, movement & communication) and outputs (sound, light & communication) that provide the potential for a myriad of interactions and experiments.
Little Robot Friends provide a playful way to introduce technology literacy and emotional awareness to curious minds of all ages and stages. LRFs are currently available in three models: Spikey, Ghosty, and Curvy.
Robot Playtime creates toys to engage young learners in coding and robotics through creative play. Our first creation is Pixel – an app that turns any smartphone into an interactive robot. Using our simple Blockly-based programming language, your robot can be programmed to interact however you want with the world! Control individual motors for movement, utilize sensors to see objects, and change its face to interact with the world.
We’re working hard to make programming and robotics fun and affordable.
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