News

Two innovative projects for the implementation of the Montréal Declaration

20 March 2023

Two projects led by researchers at the Université de Montréal (UdeM) will receive funding under the 2023 call for projects of the Montréal Declaration for the responsible development of AI.

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Japanese translation of the Montreal Declaration

15 March 2023

The Montréal Declaration on Responsible AI is now available in Japanese.

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The CHUM School of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

7 March 2023
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Health Professionals and AI: Prototypical Code of Ethics to Govern and Inform Professional Practices

23 February 2023

Health Professionals and AIPrototypical Code of Ethics to Govern and Inform Professional Practices January 26, 2023 Researchers Marco Laverdière and Catherine Régis have published a…

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Roundtable – February 1, 2023

23 February 2023

An international roundtable on the Montreal Declaration on Responsible AI in the presence of award-winning playwright Dominique Leclerc On February 1, 2023, Algora Lab, an…

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Montréal Declaration Activity Report (2018-2022)

1 December 2022

This latest report on the Montréal Declaration looks back on the four years of the document’s life, since its launch in 2018.

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Projects

Improving access to AI for persons with disabilities: an innovative project for the implementation of the Declaration

14 December 2023

The HAND-AI project: Artificial Intelligence without Barriers – Inclusion and Equity for Persons with Disabilities has received funding of $13,276 under the 2023-2024 EDI call…

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Theatre play on responsible AI

26 July 2023

A theatre play on responsible artificial intelligence is being developed by Théâtre Duceppe and award-winning playwright Dominique Leclerc. The play, produced in collaboration with Université…

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Summer School on Responsible AI and Human Rights

11 April 2023

The Summer School on Responsible Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights is a joint initiative of Université de Montréal and Mila – Quebec AI Institute. The…

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Two innovative projects for the implementation of the Montréal Declaration

20 March 2023

Two projects led by researchers at the Université de Montréal (UdeM) will receive funding under the 2023 call for projects of the Montréal Declaration for the responsible development of AI.

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Initiatives linked to the Declaration

Le Dialogue inclusif sur l’éthique de l’IA de l’UNESCO

UNESCO’s Open Dialogue On AI

25 April 2023

In 2020, UNESCO launched the Open Dialogue On AI, a major international consultation to inform recommendations for AI governance. About 50 deliberative activities were conducted…

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Intégrer l’éthique de l’IA en enseignement supérieur : une trousse à outils

Integrating the Ethics of AI in Higher Education: A Toolkit

25 April 2023

This toolkit is intended for all secondary schools and colleges, both French and English, in Quebec. It aims to guide teachers and equip students on…

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Missing Links in AI governance

Missing Links in AI Governance

11 April 2023

This collective book, co-edited by Mila and UNESCO, highlights the urgent need for a framework for AI in the context of rapid and exponential technological…

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AI & Cities: Risks Applications and Governance

10 April 2023

This white paper is the result of a collaboration between UN-Habitat, the UN programme for sustainable urbanization, and Mila, the Quebec Institute for Artificial Intelligence.…

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L’IA en finance : Recommandations pour une utilisation responsable

AI in finance: Recommendations for its responsible use

09 April 2023

The report Artificial Intelligence in Finance: Recommendations for its responsible use was published by Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) in November 2021. Based on two…

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Reflexivity grid on the ethical issues of artificial intelligence systems (AIS)

04 April 2023

This reflexivity grid (in French only), designed by members of the OBVIA scientific community, is a tool to help AI professionals and policy makers reflect…

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