Nova Scotia, Canada provides agile solutions!
Analytics & AI
in Nova Scotia
Looking to grow your analytics or AI business in Canada? With the most tech grads per capita and a history of specialization in Big Data, it is no surprise that Nova Scotia is the Canadian province where you will have the easiest time filling roles that require Machine Learning techniques!
As Canada's University Capital, our key assets supporting the Analytics and AI community are integrated with our academic eco-system and include:
- Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Machine Learning (Dalhousie University)
- Institute for Big Data Analytics (Dalhousie University)
- Collaboration for Analytics, Research, Education, and Technology (CARET)
- DeepSense (Dalhousie University)
- Acadia Institute for Data Analytics (Acadia University)
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“Nova Scotia Immigration has made it possible for us to bring in talent quickly and efficiently. That’s been a game-changer for us.”
"From talent and technology, a provincial partnership approach, and competitive business costs, Nova Scotia will be key to our Global Delivery Centre's long-term success."
“We require individuals with advanced skill sets. In the course of our evaluation for a location, we found Nova Scotia to be our best fit.”
"We know what makes the difference here is we work together in a partnership. We work with government, we work with schools, and we work with NSBI. NSBI is focused on building partnerships and they are committed to working with industry and to make a difference for us. So that’s what allowed us to grow. That’s what will continue to allow us to grow and evolve, and really the key is partnerships."
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Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Dalhousie Institute for Big Data Analytics (DIBDA) is a catalyst and a container in which university researchers and internationally-renowned experts can work together in big data. Furthermore, the Collaboration for Analytics Research Education & Technology (CARET) is a unique partnership between seven post-secondary institutions and the private sector, which grounds this academic expertise. These two initiatives are just the starting point for accessing the world-class talent you need!
Nova Scotia is surrounded by over 7,000 km of coastline, which is why our shores are home to more than 300 ocean and marine-related technology businesses, as well as world-renowned experts in research and innovation. If you have an ocean technology to take to the world, export it globally from Nova Scotia!
Did you know that Nova Scotia is a landing station for Hibernia Atlantic's Global Financial Network? This transatlantic network is specifically designed to meet two major demands of the global financial industry: increased bandwidth capacity and security.