Fortin-Côté, Ing., PhD
Expertise Artificial Intelligence
Alexis Fortin-Côté, an artificial intelligence scientist at Vooban develops comprehensive AI solutions to optimize processes and put data to work for our clients.
A seasoned post-doctoral researcher, Alexis has expert knowledge in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence and data processing.
Alexis is skilled in data acquisition and processing, data analysis, machine learning, embedded systems and engineering. Engineer, Ph.D. in robotics from Université Laval.
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Digital transformation - Oct 01, 2019
Making sure you treat innovation as more than just a fling with technology
One of the biggest pitfalls out there is letting yourself be seduced by a new technology and implementing it without having clearly defined the objective you’re pursuing.
Digital transformation - May 18, 2022
7 questions that can save your business from crisis and/or technological shock!
Likely all entrepreneurs, leaders and managers believe that they have the right ideas and vision and that they correctly understand their business ecosystem.
Digital transformation, Technology - Sep 17, 2020
Is Your Digital Literacy Sufficient to Remain Competitive?
The global crisis we’re currently going through has undoubtedly acted as an accelerator for the adoption of certain technologies and the initiation of ambitious projects for many companies.
Digital transformation - Dec 01, 2020
What Exactly Is Problem Framing?
In the context of the digital transformation of our companies and the trend toward the rapid adoption of new technologies, the complexity of the problems to be solved and their prioritization become crucial issues to invest time and money in the right place in your organization.
Artificial intelligence - Jul 04, 2022
The Future of Our Planet in AI’s Hands
According to the Royal Bank of Canada, the country will need to spend nearly $2 trillion by 2050 to reach its carbon neutrality goal. This exorbitant amount, at a cost of $60 billion per year, will be divided among all of Canada’s economic actors in order to actively reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. However, businesses and consumers are the ones who will have to bear the brunt of this environmental debt.
Artificial intelligence - Jun 30, 2022
AI is a real solution to the labor shortage
As of August 2021, Statistics Canada reported 871,600 unfilled jobs, including 219,400 in Quebec. This worrying fact, exacerbated by two years of pandemic, is nothing new whatsoever. In fact, the labour shortage has been the main scourge of Quebec businesses for years and it’s only the tip of the iceberg.