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AI + Society

This work stream seeks to understand the impacts of Artificial Intelligence (AI), demystify core AI capabilities and identify new ways of using advances in AI to improve government and promote public interest.
AI and Society
Simon Porter Peng / Brookfield Institute

About the AI + Society Work Stream

There is a race on to develop and deploy Artificial Intelligence (AI). As this race accelerates, new forms of AI technology can outstrip policy frameworks and disrupt social and economic systems. However, these technologies could also improve policy development and service delivery. Our work seeks to understand impacts, demystify core AI capabilities and identify new ways of using advances in AI to improve government and promote public interest.

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Aug 22, 2018

An overview of activities and insights from participants during the first AI Futures Policy Lab we hosted in partnership with the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR)
AI Futures Policy Lab: Toronto pilot summary

Aug 22, 2018

An overview of the Toronto pilot of the AI Futures Policy Labs, a series of workshops for emerging policymakers across Canada created in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR)
AI Futures Canada

Aug 11, 2018

In partnership with the Government of Ontario’s Policy Innovation Hub, we sought to bring together senior government leaders and industry experts for a day of discussion on AI and its implications
The AI Shift: Engaging policymakers to better understand the potential implications of AI on public policy

Aug 9, 2018

In conversation with Jay Myers, CEO of Next Generation Manufacturing Canada, the industry-led, not-for-profit organization established to lead Canada's Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster
Building Ontario’s advanced manufacturing supercluster from scratch
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