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I look, there is a 15 year old or so boy going upstairs with an old man. Fucking tripped out, paid my bill and left. Get back to the hostel and try to sleep. Peter Drucker was right: Innovation is what creates wealth. Innovation had better create wealth because it’s so damn hard to do. The purpose of this piece is to explain the principles of innovation I learned in the trenches of Apple Inc., the three companies I started and the dozens of companies I’ve advised.
Best known for his transformative tenure as president of Ryerson University, Levy has for the last year and a half served as CEO of the the non profit startup incubator NEXT Canada.He has big plans to expand operations to Montreal and western Canada, and just recently moved the operation into a larger office space that can house all of its startups.But, sitting in his new corner office at the corner of Bloor and Church streets in downtown Toronto, it NEXT Health that gets him really excited.Revolution AI: First cohort underway at NextAI; 20 teams set out to develop marketable AI solutionsGoogle looks to Canada’s tech startup scene for help in its quest to conquer artificial intelligence this ever was able to take off, everything else becomes minimized, he said, in an exclusive interview with the Financial Post.Levy was careful with his words, because the idea is still in development, but he said shortly after he started at NEXT Canada, he was approached by a group of hospital administrators who wanted help bringing innovative ideas and technology to Canada healthcare sector.Levy said that his incubator is already helping to foster several health related startups, but it tough.truth of it is, no matter what their idea is, they will get bruised fingers as they continue to knock on the door of Canada health system, he said.need hospitals across the country that are into this, that will take it as their mandate to support the adoption strategy for new technologies in health. Said that they already have several large, recognizable hospitals in the GTA signed on to adopt technologies from NEXT Health when it launches, hopefully at the end of this year or early in 2019.Now they lining up other partners across the country, and in the United States.If this works, it will give health tech companies a fast track to commercialization, by giving them customers, validation in a real world environment, and endorsements from leading health care institutions.It ambitious, but Levy might be the sort of person who can pull it off.At Ryerson, Levy helped pioneer the trend of tech incubators and accelerators in Canada by founding the DMZ.was simply unknown. It was literally the first time anyone tried it, Levy said.ballsy part of what we did, as I tell people, no committees, no anything, we just opened up the DMZ in a really, really nice space.