The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce is marking Small Business Week with a number of events. Other happenings include a session on entering international markets, discussions of community-campus collaborations, a progress report on downtown revitalization, a look at cycling-friendly cities, and talks from cutting-edge AI researchers.
- Oct. 19, 9am: Going Global — Edmonton, presented by Alberta Innovates at the Edmonton Research and Development Park
- Oct. 19, 11:30am: Annual Celebration Event: How community-university partnerships contribute to personal, organizational, and systemic change, presented by the Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families at Edmonton City Hall
- Oct. 19, 11:30am: Delivering on Downtown: Assessing Downtown Revitalization Progress, presented by UDI-Edmonton Metro at the Royal Glenora Club
- Oct. 19, 6pm: Curbing Traffic: An Evening with Chris Bruntlett, presented by MADE (Media Architecture Design Edmonton) and Coun. Michael Janz at the University of Alberta
- Oct. 20, 10am: Making Lightning Strike: What systems shifts are needed to best support community-engaged research and innovation, presented by the Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families at the University of Alberta
- Oct. 20: TechTalks at TechAid 2023 at the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute
Find even more things to do in Taproot's weekly roundups.
Photo: TechAid returns for another year, offering tech talks, an AI challenge, and DevCon, the annual student developer conference. The event will raise money for Boyle Street Community Services and the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation. (Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute/Facebook)