Datametrex AI Limited is pleased to share that it has been invited to attend the 16th Canada-Korea Forum held in Seoul, South Korea December 13th-15th. The subject of the forum is “Strategic and Technological Transformation in the Making: Challenges and Opportunities for Canada-Korea Cooperation.”
The Canada-Korea Forum meets annually to discuss the state of relations between Canada and Korea, to challenge the status quo, and to provide insights and forward-looking advice to governments, businesses and others involved in the relationship. It is made up of a small group of senior level Koreans and Canadians largely drawn from business, academic institutions, think tanks, and politics, as well as former government officials. Some of this year’s attendees include: Ambassador Michael Danagher, Canadian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, Ian Shugart, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Global Affairs Canada, Lana Novikova, Founder and CEO of Heartbeat AI Technologies and Leonard J. Edwards, Distinguished Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation and former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Global Affairs Canada.
“It is a huge honour to be asked to attend this conference. We are proud of the work we are accomplishing in both Canada and Korea and even more so to be recognized as leaders in AI and Machine Learning in both countries. Recently Claude Theoret, President of Nexalogy was asked to speak at the G7 AI Conference in Montreal and now DM is invited to attend the Canada-Korea Forum to discuss ’Cooperation in the Age of Technological Innovation‘ with a specific focus on AI,” says Andrew Ryu, CEO and Chairman of the Company.