BIV on Roundhouse March 15: How technology can help you pick your new favourite music

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Today on the show, the weekly tech panel discusses ride-sharing, driverless vehicles and new algorithms for music recommendations.

Later, immigration lawyer Bruce Harwood discusses Ottawa’s newly unveiled program to fast-track highly skilled foreign workers through immigration.

Then, Blueprint’s Alvaro Prol discusses the business behind building a music festival, and Alexis Klein discusses the new LGBT Corporate Canadian Index, which measures LGBT diversity and inclusion within corporate Canada.

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