The current chairholder of the Jarislowsky Chair in Human Nature and Technology, Jocelyn Maclure, recently took part in a publication by OBVIA called "Interdisciplinary Dialogues: The Major Risks of Generative AI". Please see the link below to read the publication.

Published on: 7 Apr 2024

As society grapples with myriad technology-related issues, including biases in facial recognition software, algorithms to identify hate speech and misinformation, as well as growing concerns over privacy and data protection, a new Chair in McGill’s Department of Philosophy seeks to bridge the gap between technology and pressing ethical, social and political questions. The Chair will be supported by a $2-million gift from The Jarislowsky Foundation to undertake ground-breaking research and study about technology and its impact on individuals and societies.

Classified as: Stephen Jarislowsky, The Jarislowsky Foundation, Research, technology, Hasana Sharp, Faculty of Arts, antonia maioni, jacob levy, human nature, Ian Gold, Department of Philosophy
Published on: 30 Jul 2020
Back to top