The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to announce that the Emerald Publishing published The Emerald International Handbook of Technology-Facilitated Violence and Abuse, co-edited by CLTS Faculty Member Prof. Jane Bailey.
The AI + Society Initiative and the Centre for Law, Technology and Society are delighted to announce the publication by LexisNexis Canada of Artificial Intelligence and the Law in Canada edited by Dr. Florian Martin-Bariteau and Dr. Teresa Scassa.
Bringing together some of the leading Canadian scholars in the field, the peer-reviewed collection captures the diversity of law and policy challenges facing Canada when it comes to AI. It offers insight into how existing laws might apply, what gaps are present, and what issues law reform should address. Dedicated to Dr. Ian R. Kerr, the book opens with a foreword by Madam Justice Rosalie Abella of the Supreme Court of Canada who offers a heartfelt tribute to our missed colleague.
Researchers from the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society contributed to Digital Ethics in Times of Crisis: COVID-19 and Access to Education and Learning Spaces, an international report led by the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University in collaboration with the Global Network of Internet and Society Centers.
The AI + Society Initiative at the University of Ottawa is delighted to announce the release of AI & Health Care: A Fusion of Law & Science. An Introduction to the Issues, an initial finding report supported by CIFAR AI and Society Program and led by Dr. Colleen M. Flood.
The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to announce that CLTS Faculty member Jeremy De Beer released Consumer-related Copyright Issues on the Internet of Things: A study of connected objects available to Canadian consumers, a report for the Office of Consumer Affairs co-written with Jules Bélanger and Mohit Sethi which sheds light on the implications of copyright policy on Canadian consumers.