15, 16 et 17 novembre 2017
Résumé: 

Is Canada ready for the radical change artificial intelligence will unleash? (Maclean’s)
Ian Kerr, Faculty of Law, discusses the heavy ethical/legal question about the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI).

Votre fournisseur de sans-fil a trouvé un autre moyen de vous soutirer encore plus d'argent (Les Affaires)
Michael Geist, Faculté de droit, discute du coût du sans-fil élevé au Canada.

Ban autonomous killer robots, urge AI researchers (RCI)
Ian Kerr, Faculty of Law, co-signed a letter calling on the Australian and Canadian governments to ban killer robots ahead of a United Nations meeting on weapons this month.

Two Major Findings Reveal Canadians are Getting Screwed by Tech Giants (Notable Life)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the Canadian-Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) annual Communications Monitoring Report which reveals that Canadians are getting priced out of world-class internet access.

Jail time for Ottawa chocolatier who sexually assaulted teenage employee (Ottawa Citizen)
Blair Crew, Faculty of Law, comments on Omar Fares' 4 month conviction for sexually assaulting a teenage employee in his chocolate shop.

SMOKE SCREEN (The Verge)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, discusses E-cigarettes and claims they are an alternative to cigarettes.


 

Release Date: 
Mercredi, Novembre 15, 2017
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