MONTREAL — Major Canadian AI firms Cohere, Coveo and Ada are among the companies that have signed on to the federal government’s voluntary code of conduct for generative AI, as policymakers push to regulate the field. Participating companies are making non-binding commitments to safety measures, testing and disclosures.
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