Supervised Research- Global Affairs’ (Government of Canada) Digital Inclusion Lab

 

Professor Thomasen is offering up to two supervised research paper project spots for credit for 2L and 3L students in the winter term  (with some planning to begin in the fall) focusing on the intersection of artificial intelligence, human rights, inclusion and democracy. These papers will contribute to Global Affairs’ (Government of Canada) Digital Inclusion Lab student forum in April, 2018. The successful students will be invited to Ottawa (*at the discretion of Global Affairs) to present their research to a forum including peers from across the country, public officials, and stakeholders from the private tech sector. Creativity and interdisciplinary research will be encouraged in this supervised research project!

 

Students interested in this opportunity are asked to complete the Application Form, linked below, by November 7, 2017, 12:00pm. 

A series of paper topic options are provided in the form. Students are asked to identify their preferred research question.

Successful applicants will be notified by email. Successful students will then be responsible for completing the necessary paperwork, linked below, for the supervised research project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further rules and paperwork, if selected.

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