The first step is to get on the technology bandwagon.

A lot of companies have taken notice of the emergence of artificial intelligence and big data in the last few years.

A few of them have launched their own startups or bought a big player.

Here’s what to expect in the coming months.

The National Science Foundation is investing $50 million to help universities get on top of the AI explosion.

The goal is to help colleges get their students on top in artificial intelligence, machine learning, machine vision and big-data analytics.

And to encourage companies to take advantage of the opportunities that AI offers.

“We’re really excited about the opportunity to help with these new technologies,” said Dr. Paul Vigdor, the NSF’s chief technology officer.

“We’re looking at them all and trying to understand the advantages, as well as the challenges, that these technologies can bring to society.”

A $1 million fund for early-stage companies to create and launch new technologies in CanadaThe Federal government has also committed $1.5 million to a national fund for companies to build and launch their own products and services.

The NSF has created a program that will help companies create and sell their products and products to Canadians.

That will include a $1-million grant that will be used for early stage companies that are already doing great work.

“What we want to do is to create an ecosystem where people can come to us and say ‘I want to build a product that will make me a millionaire,'” said Dr Vigdorsaid.

“The technology is there, but we don’t yet know how to sell it.”