Join us on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 (9:30 AM – 4:00 PM) at the Helliwell Centre, Osgoode Hall Law School for Inclusion Day, an event that will focus on the theme of belonging and exploring ways we can promote a greater sense of belonging at York. Registration is first come, first serve, so don’t wait to participate!
– MORNING FORUM WITH LAW COMMISSION ONTARIO –
Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights at YorkU: A Panel Discussion on Impacts and Opportunities
10:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Join the exciting interdisciplinary conversation with the Law Commission of Ontario and York thought-leaders in philosophy, human rights, law, and technology explore key questions being raised about artificial intelligence systems: How can AI systems avoid automating bias? Is AI any more robust or neutral than human decision making? And how can York University ensure that AI tools and research on campus contributes to inclusion rather than exclusion?
Moderated by Ryan Fritsch, Counsel with the Law Commission of Ontario, the panel of speakers includes:
• Insiya Essajee, Law, Human Rights
• Prof Trevor Farrow, Law, Access to Justice
• Prof Regina Rini, Philosophy, Sociology
• Prof Ruth Urner, Department of Engineering & Computer Science, Lassonde School of Engineering
What is Inclusion Day?
Inclusion Day 2020 will focus on belonging, which is a feeling we understand but often struggle to achieve in comprehensive ways. So then, what does it mean to belong? How can we promote a greater sense of belonging at York?
Through a human rights lens, belonging can be seen as the nexus of equity, diversity and inclusion. It’s the space where seats are available at the table, voices are meaningfully heard, and needs are met.