Artificial intelligence, sustainability, and the social and political innovations shaping our future.
The pandemic has galvanized us to reconsider how our society functions. We know that every industry has been impacted, but what are Canadians doing now to create a better future as we make our way out of the pandemic? What innovations are Canada’s academics, activists, and thought leaders focusing on as we rebuild?
The Walrus Talks is back in person, bringing you seven different perspectives on where Canadian society is headed next. Join us to hear experts share insights on which systems have failed us and what structural changes are being made as we move forward.
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- Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Culture Writer
- Chief Cadmus Delorme, Chief, Cowessess First Nation
- Andrea Gunraj, Vice President Public Engagement, Canadian Women’s Foundation
- Jessica Johnson, Editor-in-Chief, The Walrus
- Stephen Maher, Journalist
- Dr. Shannon Lloyd, Assistant Professor, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University
- Dr. Fenwick McKelvey, Associate Professor and Co-director, Applied AI Institute, Concordia University
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