Jennifer R. Davidson will be co-chairing CAN-TECH’s upcoming event “The Artificial Inventor? A panel discussion on patenting AI-generated inventions with World-Renowned Professor Ryan Abbott” on February 5, 2020.
Jennifer R Davidson will be co-chairing CAN-TECH’s Women in Technology’s event "Disrupting Bias — Overcoming Our Discomfort with Differences" with award-winning life coach and author Ritu Bhasin, in Toronto on November 21, 2019.
Richard Austin will be speaking on “Third Party Contracts: How Well Are You Protecting Client/Confidential Information in the Hands of Your Third Party Providers Inside and Outside Canada?” at INFONEX's Legal Issues in Privacy &am
Jennifer Davidson will be moderating the Microsoft Women in Tech Luncheon Panel on "Leaders in Tech: Building Dynamic Inclusive Cultures" at CAN-TECH's 23rd Annual Conference in Toronto on October 28th, 2019.
Richard Austin will be moderating a panel titled “AI on the Case: The Legal and Ethical Issues of Using AI-powered Investigatory Tools for Criminal and Civil Matters” at ITECHLAW’s 2019 World Technology Law Conference in Boston.
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