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AI Oversight, Accountability and Protecting Human Rights: Comments on Canada’s Proposed Artificial Intelligence and Data Act

November 2022

AI Oversight, Accountability and Protecting Human Rights

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Christelle Tessono

Christelle Tessono

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Yuan Stevens

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Momin M. Malik

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Sonja Solomun

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Supriya Dwivedi

Sam Andrey

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Executive Summary

This report is a collaboration of interdisciplinary researchers from the Cybersecure Policy Exchange at Toronto Metropolitan University, McGill University’s Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy, and the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University.

Canada’s investment in developing AI systems has not been matched by a comparable effort to regulate the technology. While we are encouraged by these initial efforts to regulate AI systems in Canada, we share several key concerns, with corresponding recommendations to improve the proposed framework, particularly under the Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA) of the newly tabled Bill C-27: Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2022