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New information hub designed to help Foreign Workers having AI Experience

January 2018, 24
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New information hub designed to help foreign workers having AI experience
Professional Candidates, who have experience in Information and Communications Technology domain, and are interested in Canadian immigration, must notice, which is a new information hub, showing latest research and developments, in the rapidly increasing industry, of Artificial Intelligence, in Canada.

The platform was revealed recently in Toronto, at a large gathering of the technology sector of the country. was built chiefly by the NEXT Canada based in Toronto, in partnership with Borealis AI, the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, the Vector Institute and the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms.

The hub combines news regarding the latest AI research and development in Canada and also works as a directory of all companies, research institutes and organizations focused on AI. It is a source of information on the AI events which happen in the country.

Jean-François Gagné, CEO Element AI, stated that Canada has many advanced and modern companies and organizations, of the world dealing with AI, which functions across the country. Together, an effort can be made to expand the space in this domain so that Canada can accomplish great deeds in artificial intelligence, and occupy a leading position in the industry. will immensely benefit the candidates possessing AI and tech expertise, who consider immigration to provinces like Ontario, a hub for the AI sector in Canada.

In 2017, several immigrants who were nominated by the province for PR belonged to occupations in Information and Communications Technology. Software engineers and designers were at the top in the occupation categories in 2017 of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program. They were succeeded by computer programmers and interactive media developers.

In June 2017, the Human Capital Priorities Stream, a popular immigration stream of OINP, opened completely for candidates, of the Express Entry pool of the federal government, having an experience in 15 occupations related to ICT. The stream nominates candidates with 400 CRS points but had waived that obligation in this case.

In 2017, Canada had introduced the Global Talent Stream for accelerating issuing work permits meant for highly skilled overseas workers. In August 2017, British Columbia had introduced a Tech Pilot program for addressing shortages in 32 occupations related to technology.

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