In early April, members of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and others gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of John Perry Barlow, famed Internet...Lire le texte Crafting Internet policy with nuance, not kneejerks
As Bob Magee, chairman of the Woodbridge Group, walked us through his foam-manufacturing facility just north of Toronto, a familiar story emerged. Automation for...Lire le texte How we stopped worrying and learned to love robots
Governments are becoming increasingly aware of the potential for incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-assisted decision-making into their operations. The business case is compelling;...Lire le texte The case against transparency in government AI
Policy discussions of research and development (R&D) and of innovation in Canada often take on a best-of-times, worst-of-times flavour. This makes the issues seem...Lire le texte Will Canada keep up globally on R&D?
Does Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s (DFOs) science advisory process have integrity when tasked with answering questions on salmon farming? If there is any hope...Lire le texte Integrity of the DFO’s science advisory process in question
It feels like not a week goes by without a news report about a major corporation being hacked. Target, JP Morgan, Home Depot, Sony,...Lire le texte Embedding Canadian values in cybersecurity policy
Proponents of automation say the developments will create a more efficient and advanced society, but there are concerns that the changes will not affect...Lire le texte Will AI just wind up automating inequality?
Canadians value their access to an open Internet – that view is on full display at a proceeding currently underway at the federal telecom...Lire le texte Why Canadians oppose blacklisting “pirate” websites