Accelerating the adoption of AI in Supply Chain

Tech Yukon and ScaleAI have partnered to aid Yukon businesses with the acceleration of AI adoption.

With additional support from Yukon Government Department of Economic Development and the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, eligible Yukon businesses can apply to receive funding for exploring AI use cases in supply chain.

Accepting applications on an ongoing basis. Contact: [email protected] to learn more.

Business Eligibility

Who is Eligible:

  • Must be a for-profit business (including for-profit social enterprises and co-operatives) in Yukon.
  • Must have an AI/ML project that improves supply chain.
  • Must commit to the execution and implementation of the project.
  • Must consent to participating in follow-up surveys, sharing information with the Government of Canada, and having the name of the business published as a recipient of funding

Who is not Eligible

  • Corporate chains and franchises.
  • Registered charities and not-for-profit organizations.
  • Representatives of multi-level marketing companies
  • Real estate brokerages and sales agents


No, whilst it’s preferred, it’s not required.

Application of machine learning or predictive modelling frameworks  (that are capable of learning and improving) towards large datasets. Not a comprehensive list but here are some examples:

  • Computer Vision
  • Expert System
  • Machine Learning
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Planning Scheduling and Optimization
  • Predictive Analysis
  • Reinforcement Learning
  • Robotics
  • Speech
  • Generative Models

Anything that impacts the delivery of goods & services from one party to another. Not a comprehensive list but here are some examples:

  • Demand planning & forecasting.
  • Procurement, Supplier Management.
  • Scheduling & Operations.
  • Inventory Planning.
  • Warehousing.
  • Transportation, Fleet Management, & Distribution.
  • Predictive Disruption Analysis.
  • Sales & Quality Control.
  • Product Lifecycle, Manufacturing.

Funded by

Government of Yukon