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5th day in ethics of AI CRÉ/OBVIA: Surveillance

2 February 2024 @ 10:00 – 17:00
Salle C-2059, Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, UdeM (hybride)
rue Jean-Brillant

The Centre for Research in Ethics (CRÉ) and Obvia invite you to their next study day on the ethics of AI, focusing on surveillance. The day is organized by Martin Gibert (U. de Montréal), Hazar Haidar (UQAR), and Alexandra Prégent (U. Leiden).

To participate in person: If you plan to come in person, please write to Hazar Haidar at hazar_haidar@uqar.ca by January 29 so that we can order enough vegan lunch boxes (courtesy of our partners).

Free / Registration required.

To participate via Zoom, click here.


10:00 – Martin Gibert (UdeM) Monitoring a Vulnerable World

10:30 – Jonathan Martineau (U. Concordia)

Political Economy of Surveillance and Forms of Subjectivation: Reflections

11:30 – Alexandre Bretel (U. Grenoble Alpes) Private and Public Surveillance: Technical Convergence and Cultural Divergence

12:00 – Victor Babin (UdeM) How to Escape Ubiquitous Surveillance: Invisibility and Tinkering

14:00 – M-F. Malo, H. Gallois, Z. Khawaja, S. B.-Guermech, V. Ravitsky, J.C. B.-Pipon (U. Simon Fraser, UdeM, Hastings C., Harvard M.S.) Vocal Biomarkers, AI, and Reidentification: The Hare Versus the Tortoise

14:30 – Roxane Lépine (UdeM) Reflections on Surveillance Issues in Remote Work

15:00 – Xavier Parent-Rocheleau (HEC Montreal), Ariane Ollier-Malaterre (UQAM), Yanick Provost Savard (UQAM), and Sabrina Pellerin (UQAM) Workplace Surveillance: Dehumanization, Intrusiveness, and Breach of Trust

15:45 – Round Table Discussion