Tag Archives: artificial intelligence

Is electronic monitoring on the rise?

Legal expert available on the role of algorithmic management of workers in office and remote settings   TORONTO, March 23, 2022 – Ontario has proposed new legislation that would require employers to tell their workers how they are being monitored electronically. Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, the proposed law is timely, given the shift in workplace […]

Will robots take over the world in 2020?

York University expert predicts how artificial intelligence (AI) will improve your life TORONTO, December 16, 2019 – The future of AI could mean going to your local café only to be greeted by a robot or getting a facial recognition scan at the airport instead of showing your passport, according to Karthik Kuber, an artificial […]

IP Osgoode conference focuses on a collective vision for the future of AI data governance in Canada

 TORONTO, March 13, 2019 – Last year, IP Osgoode, along with its collaborators, kicked off its Bracing for Impact: The AI Challenge conference series with a full-day conference on the legal and ethical issues related to Artificial Intelligence. Building on its success, IP Osgoode will now host a second conference focused on AI and big […]

Osgoode conference focuses on vision for future of AI governance in Canada

TORONTO, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 – The growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) raises complex ethical and legal concerns that will be examined in “Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Intelligence Challenge,” a one-day international conference on Friday, Feb. 2, organized by IP Osgoode, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University’s intellectual property law and technology […]