2021

À la Une LexUM Chair Conferences

The Boarders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination

As part of the "Law and Litterature: Literary Representations of Identities and Legal Transcriptions'' lecture series, we invite you to the« The Boarders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination » lecture presented by  Christopher Brown (Lawyer and Author). Conférencier : Christopher Brown is the Philip K. Dick, John W. Campbell […] Read more

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Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps

As part of the "Fintech: Regulating Tomorrow's Financial Technologies Today" lecture series, we invite you to the "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" lecture presented by Ryan Clements (Chair in Business Law and Regulation, University of Calgary). Résumé : The presentation will be called "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" and will include […] Read more

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SYNERGIA IV – La gestion des données électorales dans le contexte du microciblage politique

This content is not available in the selected language. Description L’utilisation des données électorales permet aux partis politiques de se livrer à des activités de prédiction des comportements, de ciblage et de personnalisation des publicités politiques qui engendrent certains bienfaits et plusieurs risques. Bien que ces pratiques puissent mobiliser l’électorat et mousser la participation aux […] Read more

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The Law Commission of Ontario published a new report on « Regulating AI: Critical Issues and Choices »

Today, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is releasing an important new report, Regulating AI: Critical Issues and Choices. This report is a ground-breaking analysis of how to regulate AI and automated decision-making (ADM) systems used by governments and other public institutions.  The report discusses key choices and options, identifies regulatory gaps, and proposes a comprehensive […] Read more

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Expériences de TAL (Traitement automatique du langage) pour le TAL (Tribunal administratif du logement)

This content is not available in the selected language. * Présentation en français – Diapositives en anglais * Des progrès spectaculaires ont pu être accomplis dans des tâches de TAL grâce à des modèles neuronaux pré-entraînés sur de larges corpus, mais leur application dans des domaines spécifiques comme le droit souligne l’importance des connaissances métiers […] Read more

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When They Hear Us: Race, Criminal Reform, and the Democratizing Potential of Algorithms

The AI + Society Initiative and the University of Ottawa Research Chair in Technology and Society,in collaboration with the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society and the Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies Partnership, present: When They Hear UsRace, Criminal Reform, and the Democratizing Potential of Algorithms with Ngozi Okidegbe Information & Registration   Read more