Simon Hodgett, Ted Liu, André Perey
Jun 29, 2020
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to evolve, we’re seeing more and more examples of its practical application and use in everyday life – from chatbots, to facial recognition, to robotic process automation. Canada is well-positioned to lead the charge in continued AI advancements; backed by a stellar research community and a commitment to ongoing innovation, the nation has gained a well-deserved reputation for being a global AI hub.
In the Canada chapter of AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2020 published by Global Legal Insights, Osler Technology partners Simon Hodgett and Ted Liu, and Emerging and High Growth Companies partner André Perey provide a comprehensive, up-to-date examination of the Canadian AI landscape. Their analysis covers a wide range of topics, including
- Canadian trends in research and development, key actors and significant developments, and finance and investment
- AI-related issues within the legal and regulatory framework, including intellectual property, data rights, privacy, consumer protection and more
- Implications for business, such as the ownership of AI, data use rights and the allocation of risk
To learn more, read AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2020: Canada, published by Global Legal Insights, or download the PDF.
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