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New Report on the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

Posted by: Jenny Gesley

Everybody seems to be talking about artificial intelligence (AI). Some people laud its possibilities, whereas others envisage nightmare scenarios where robots take over. But what is AI exactly and how are countries dealing with it? The Oxford Dictionary defines AI as “the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human …

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An Interview with Sarah Ettedgui, Foreign Law Intern

Posted by: Jenny Gesley

Today’s interview is with Sarah Ettedgui, a foreign law intern working with Nicolas Boring at the Global Legal Research Directorate, Law Library of Congress. Describe your background. I was born in Montreal, Quebec, in Canada. My mother is Sephardic (Jewish of Moroccan and Spanish descent) and my father is Salvadoran, which has enabled me to …

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An Interview with Anthony Breton, Foreign Law Intern

Posted by: Jenny Gesley

Today’s interview is with Anthony Breton, a foreign law intern working with Tariq Ahmad at the Global Legal Research Directorate, Law Library of Congress. 1. Describe your background. I had the pleasure to grow up in a very loving family in Quebec’s countryside north of Ottawa in a small town named Cantley in Canada. As …