What an amazing week colliding with some of the best and brightest in the technology industry and beyond! It is hard to believe that Collision 2019 is already over.
For a conference that opened with Victoria Day fireworks and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it’s amazing how Collision seems to be picking up steam as it moves along.
Attending Collision in Toronto is a bit of a whirlwind experience. With 25,711 registered attendees from 125 countries and 730 speakers across 15 tracks, there is no shortage of inspiring people with incredible ideas.
Justin Trudeau’s keynote speech predictably stole the show as the Collision Conference got underway in Toronto on Victoria Day.
Technology has always been thought of as something that makes our lives better, easier and more fun. However, in the past few years there has been an undeniable shift in how we think of it.
Technology innovation and adoption is faster today than ever before. Developments that seem radical at first – and let’s face it, sometimes even scary –quickly become something we cannot imagine living without.
A new report from FH: Artificial Intelligence & Communications, The Fads. The Fears. The Future.
FH's Hong Kong team share highlights from RISE.
Canada's media landscape suffers another blow with layoffs at Rogers Media.
Our Germany colleagues provided updates and insights from day three of HMI 2018.
Our Germany colleagues are on the ground at HMI providing us with updates and insights, now on day two.
Our Germany colleagues are on the ground at HMI providing us with updates and insights for those following from a far.
L’innovation technologique et son adoption sont de plus en plus rapides aujourd’hui. Des développements qui peuvent paraitre radicaux au début – et même épeurants – deviennent rapidement un élément indispensable à notre quotidien.