The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is excited to welcome the following law students to the LCO team this summer: Nadim Dabbous – Osgoode Hall Law School Aaron Dishy – Osgoode Hall Law School Daniella Febbraro – University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law Aria Kamal – Bora Laskin Faculty of Law, Lakehead University Rudra Krishnan [...]
On Thursday May 27th, join LCO Executive Director Nye Thomas and Professors Céline Castets-Renard and Teresa Scassa for a panel discussion on Regulating AI. The panel will discuss recent developments in Ontario, Canada and Europe, including the European Commission’s comprehensive proposal for regulating AI in the European Union. For more information and to register for [...]
Today, the Ontario government released consultations for developing a framework for trustworthy AI in Ontario. The link and companion survey are live on Ontario.ca and can be found here.
The Law Commission of Ontario’s Executive Director, Nye Thomas, discusses the reconstitution of the Law Commission of Canada. Read the article here.
The Canadian Federation of Law Reform Agencies welcomes the announcement of a new federal Law Commission. Read the release here.
Canadian Lawyer: ‘The train is coming:’ Report urges proactive regulation in use of AI by public institutions
The Law Commission of Ontario's Executive Director, Nye Thomas, discusses new Regulating AI report in the Canadian Lawyer magazine. Click here to read the article.
Today, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is releasing an important new report, Regulating AI: Critical Issues and Choices. This report is a ground-breaking analysis of how to regulate AI and automated decision-making (ADM) systems used by governments and other public institutions. The report discusses key choices and options, identifies regulatory gaps, and proposes a comprehensive [...]
Today, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is releasing a new report, Legal Issues and Government AI Development, summarizing the themes and insights from a series of workshops organized by the LCO and the Ontario Digital Service. The report discusses the opportunities and challenges of government use of these systems, including human rights, bias, disclosure, [...]