Teaching Assistant and PhD Law student, York University, Canada
My qualifications are cross-disciplinary: I began my career in the discipline of the Arts and taught music for a number of years prior to obtaining an MA in English Literature. Since then I have been immersed in a legal environment taking on a variety of admin roles including Assistant Dean of the JD program at uOttawa for almost 8 years. I began my PhD in law, entitled "The Conundrums of Emergent Creativity" under the supervision of the late Ian Kerr, and transferred the project to Osgoode Hall Law School in 2019, under the supervision of Carys J. Craig. My research investigates how AI technologies that are able to emulate the creative process challenge our current understanding of law and its application.
May 09, 2020 08:38 am UTC| Technology
Not so long ago, the concept of a fully automated store seemed something of a curiosity. Now, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea of relying on computers and robotics, and checking out groceries by simply...
Last fall, an AI-generated portrait rocked the art world selling for a staggering US$432,500 at Christies auction house in New York. The portrait called Edmond de Belamy features a slightly out-of-focus man with no nose...