Available Now! Video and Audio Recordings of Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Intelligence Challenge Conference #IPOzAIChallenge

IP Osgoode would like to thank everyone who attended “Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Challenge (A Roadmap for AI Governance in Canada)” on February 2, 2018 at Osgoode Hall, Law Society of Ontario.

Organized by IP Osgoode and its collaborators the York Centre for Public Policy & Law and the Zvi Meitar Institute for Legal Implications of Emerging Technologies, this full day conference focused on AI innovation, legal issues, cybersecurity and ethical considerations.   The participants of the conference included leading researchers in AI, legal scholars, practitioners and industry experts from Canada and around the world.

The conference was generously supported by conference partners, York Centre for Public Policy & Law and The Zvi Meitar Institute at IDC Herzliya, and conference supporters, the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR), McCarthy Tétrault LLP, VPRI Office at York University and The Lassonde School of Engineering. The conference was also funded by a Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council Connection Grant.

To view the video and audio recordings, please visit the conference website, accessible here.

To read the IPilogue’s commentary for each of the four panel discussions, please click on the relevant links below:

Panel 1 blog: AI & Industries — An Interplay That Hints at the Way to Governance

Panel 2 blog: The (R)evolutionary Impact of AI-Generated Work and Big Data on Intellectual Property Law and Commercialization

Panel 3 blog: Can Legislation Restrain the Looming ‘Beast’ of Artificial Intelligence?

Panel 4 blog: AI for Social Good: Becoming Aware of Different Interests