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The Canadian government's poor track record on public consultations undermines its ability to regulate new technologies

By Blayne Haggart, Associate Professor of Political Science, Brock University
Natasha Tusikov, Associate Professor, Criminology, Department of Social Science, York University, Canada
The Canadian government’s attempts at public consultations have fallen short when developing regulatory frameworks for AI. More needs to be done to ensure that policies serve the public.The Conversation

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