The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to welcome 36 fellows as part of the 2022 edition of its flagship program of Technoships, a unique research training program in technology law, ethics and policy for first-year students.
The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to announce that Routledge has published Rethinking Copyright for Sustainable Human Development: Higher Education and Access to Knowledge, written by Dr. Sileshi Bedasie Hirko, a recent PhD graduate and now a postdoctoral fellow with Open AIR.
The AI + Society Initiative is delighted to announce that Dr. Henry Fraser and Jose-Miguel Bello Villarino have won the inaugural Scotiabank AI + Regulation Emerging Scholar Award, and Aileen Nielsen has won the runner-up award.
The AI + Society Initiative at the University of Ottawa is delighted to announce the launch by researchers at CRAiEDL of Calibrating Stretched Transparency, a multidisciplinary project aiming to explore and disseminate the intersection of geoengineering and AI, while also critiquing its ethical implications through a visual medium.
The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to announce that CLTS Faculty member Marina Pavlović has contributed to Waiting to Connect, a report released by the Canadian Council of Academies to examine the legal, ethical, social, and policy issues associated with deploying and adopting reliable high-speed Internet in rural and remote communities.
The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is delighted to announce that Professor Vivek Krishnamurthy has been appointed to the Public Policy Forum’s Canadian Commission on Democratic Expression, a three-year mandate to better understand, anticipate, and respond to the effects of new digital technologies on public life and Canadian democracy.