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Slowest supercluster Scale AI looks to ramp up amid global supply-chain crunch

OTTAWA — As cargo ships and lorries back up and factory lines slow around the world, Scale AI will next week launch nearly $80 million worth of projects to apply artificial intelligence to supply-chain challenges. The Montreal-based supercluster has been by far the slowest of the five federally backed organizations to spend its funding, documents obtained by The Logic show. But CEO Julien Billot says it’s now ready to ramp up. “We’re very confident that we have a very strong pipeline in terms of projects and that we’ll commit this money.”

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