Articles

Social Justice: the Blind Spot of the Artificial Intelligence Revolution

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First Peoples’ Digital Data Strategies: Decolonization and Sovereignty

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Graduate Seminar #3 – Technologies And Marginalized Groups : Bias and Social Injustices (French)

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GRADUATE SEMINAR #2- Sovereignty, empowerment and technological activism (French)

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Graduate seminar #1 – Human rights by, in and for design

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Graduate Seminars on Artificial Intelligence and Social Justice

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Conférence inaugurale – Les réponses technologiques à la COVID-19: les inégalités dans l’angle mort

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Researchers

Co-Heads Researchers

  • Karine Gentelet

    Holder of the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice, Professor at the Department of Social Sciences

    Université du Québec en Outaouais

Researchers

  • Sandrine Lambert

    Ph.D. student in Anthropology, Research Assistant for the ABEONA - ENS - OBVIA chair on AI and Social Justice

    Université Laval

  • Lily-Cannelle Mathieu

    Master's student in Knowledge Mobilization and Transfer, Research assistant for the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice

    National Institute for Scientific Research

  • Sarit Mizrahi

    Ph.D. student in Law, Research assistant for the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice

    Université of Ottawa

  • Doaa
    Doaa Abu Elyounes

    Postdoctoral researcher

    Chair Abeona-ENS-OBVIA on AI and Social Justice

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