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The changing landscape of disruptive technologies: A Canadian Perspective

Disruptive technologies: A Canadian Perspective

Innovations like artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and automation are re-writing the rules of business.

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Anuj Madan

Partner, Audit & National Industry Leader, Technology, Media & Telecommunications

KPMG in Canada

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Like the printing press and the personal computer before them, innovations like artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and automation are re-writing the rules of business. Yet while Gutenberg's invention and Roberts' Altair 8800 appeared centuries apart, today's game-changing disruptors are arriving with far greater frequency.

The pace of change can be overwhelming (if not hard to track). Nevertheless, Part II of a recent KPMG International study, The Changing Landscape of Disruptive Technologies, offers a tech industry snapshot of disruptive technologies currently trending as game-changers, and how organizations across the globe have been managing disruption on the domestic front.

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