As aviation embraces digitization, Canada’s aerospace industry hopes to tap into a new government initiative to boost investment in artificial intelligence (AI), advanced manufacturing and other digital-driven technologies that can be applied throughout the life cycle of aircraft. Already the third-largest aerospace cluster in the world after Seattle and Toulouse, Montreal is aiming to become a “supercluster” in AI—a suite of technologies that the aerospace industry ...

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