2019 Annual Conference Free Student Panel | Deepfakes, Image-Based Abuse and Online Harm
Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
Every year, CIAJ includes a free panel specially designed for law students in its flagship Annual Conference. CIAJ’s 2019 Annual Conference on “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Social Media on Legal Institutions” is taking a hard, critical look at the challenges that courts and the legal profession must face in order to maintain public confidence in the administration of justice. The event will take place in Quebec City, October 16-18, 2019.
Free Student Panel | October 17, 2019, 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Vulnerability and Control: Deepfakes, Image-Based Abuse and Online Harm
What kinds of harms arise in the age of the internet, social media and artificial intelligence? Is online harm a new kind of violence, or a symptom of existing social problems affecting vulnerable people? This panel will consider the legal gaps that permit online harm to occur and the extra-legal solutions people take to redress them. Is law an effective tool to solve the societal, ethical and legal problems presented by “deepfakes,” “revenge porn,” “disinformation” and “spyware?” How can we balance the freedom of expression with the protection of the public?
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- Ms. Eve Gaumond, Law Student, Faculty of Law, Université Laval, Quebec City
- Ms. Yuan Stevens, Legal Researcher on Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence
- Mr. Nareg Froundijian, Lawyer, Technology Law
- Ms. Suzie Dunn, PhD candidate and part time professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa–Common Law Section
Details and registration for the whole conference (Oct. 16-18, 2019)
Student Fee: $75/3 days + networking cocktails & lunches included)
For further information, please contact the Program Coordinator, Mary Plagakis