at the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society
The Canadian Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Ethical Design Lab (CRAiEDL) is an interdisciplinary lab funded by Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to conduct research connecting ethics, engineering practice, and policy for responsible robotics and AI.
CRAiEDL examines the complex ethical and social issues raised by existing and emerging robotics and AI technologies and applications, to help inform the responsible development and deployment of robotics and AI technologies, applications and policy.
CRAiEDL develops concepts, frameworks, and tools to support the responsible design, development and deployment of robotics and AI. These capacity building materials can be used by students, start-ups, private sector companies and policymakers to support the development and application of best-practices for robotics and AI in Canada and around the world.
CRAiEDL works with stakeholders across Canada and internationally to help develop both general and industry-specific policy thinking to support the responsible governance of robotics and AI.
Find more at CRAiEDL.ca
The Lab is lead by:
Dr. Jason Millar, Canada Research Chair in the Ethical Engineering of Robotics and AI and Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering.
Interested students should contact Dr. Millar for more information.