Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and the “internet of things”, are playing an increasingly central role in day to day life and major societal sectors. Our research seeks to understand and analyze these impacts while pioneering new legal, policy, and ethical frameworks to govern and guide their development and deployments.
- Law, Policy, and Ethical Issues in AI, Robotics, and Automation
- New Technologies in the Legal System
- Robert Currie, Cross-Border Evidence Gathering in Transnational Crime Cases: Is the Microsoft Ireland Case the ‘Next Frontier’? (2016) 54 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 63
- Robert Currie, “Electronic Devices at the Border: The Next Frontier of Canadian Search and Seizure Law?” (2016) 14 Canadian Journal of Law & Technology 289
- Steve Coughlan, Telus: Asking the Right Questions about General Warrants (2013) 100 CR (6th) 290
- Jonathon Penney, Privacy, Chilling Effects, and Personalized Legal Automation: The DMCA as an Empirical Case Study Stanford Technology Law Review (forthcoming 2019).