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Gov. award Ontario AI company contract to map out rural broadband access

Briefs | 01/12/2022 9:15 am EST
A tower equipped with fixed wireless broadcasting technology. (Screenshot via Bell.)

The Government has awarded a Toronto-based analytics company that uses artificial intelligence to collect data a contract to map out rural broadband access across the country.

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