The need for a responsive regulatory strategy for emergent technologies: A blueprint for an evaluation framework of governance

Informations sur l'événement


7 octobre 2020


11:30 - 13:00



Building on research conducted in the digital identity work at CIS, Amber Sinha will highlight the need for a three pronged responsive regulatory approach towards emergent technology such as AI/ML and identity solutions.

The keynote address will briefly present the three key elements of this approach— a rule of law framework, rights based tests, and risk based assessment, and highlight a few examples for its application.  The pandemic, and the responses to it have underscored for a dire need for these regulatory strategies.

The research

Amber Sinha is the Executive Director of the Centre for Internet and Society, India. At CIS, Amber has led projects on privacy, digital identity, artificial intelligence and misinformation. Amber’s research has been cited with appreciation by the Supreme Court of India. He is a member of the Steering Committee of ABOUT ML, an initiative to bring diverse perspectives to develop, test, and implement machine learning system documentation practices. His first book, The Networked Public, was released in 2019. Amber studied law and humanities at National Law School of India University, Bangalore.


  • Céline Castets-Renard

    Professeure à la Faculté de droit, titulaire de la Chaire L'intelligence artificielle responsable à l'échelle mondiale

    Université d’Ottawa

  • Karine Gentelet

    Titulaire de la Chaire Abeona-ENS-OBVIA sur l'IA et la justice sociale, Professeure au département des sciences sociales

    Université du Québec en Outaouais


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