ChatGPT took the world by surprise last year: it was almost as though we had discovered an alien life form. Ever since, artificial intelligence has developed without legal regulations, leading some to refer to it as a “technological Wild West.”
The opportunities presented by artificial intelligence are just as bewildering as the dangers that it poses.
But how should we regulate AI? Who should do it? How should we ensure that the businesses and individuals who develop and use AI do so ethically? Should we create laws for a technology that we still don’t fully understand? Does the federal government’s proposed Bill C-27 adequately respond to these issues? And what role should Quebec and the other provinces play?
These issues are discussed in a series of articles published recently by Policy Options, and in an upcoming webinar that will be attended by experts on the ethical, legislative and legal issues surrounding AI.
In this series:
The discussion will take place in French, but questions in English are welcome. Please note that that the discussion will not be simultaneously translated.
For more information, please contact Judy Manny at firstname.lastname@example.org.