Blog post: "Moving away from AI ethics as “window-dressing” to scientifically informed policies"
April 20, 2021
Joanna J. Bryson, professor of ethics and technology at the Hertie School in Berlin, spoke at the Schwartz Reisman weekly seminar about AI ethics, AI as human-authored tool, and the need for AI regulation in the service of public good. SRI Graduate Fellow Shabnam Haghzare reflects here on Bryson’s talk.
UHN story on our recent publication
Feb 22, 2021
"Study shows that age and driving style affect older adults’ acceptance of automated vehicles."
[link to story]
Presenting at The Eye, The Brain, & The Auto World Research Congress
Dec 8, 2021
I presented our work on older adults' acceptance of automated vehicles in The Eye, The Brain & The Auto World Research Congress.
AGE-WELL Policy Round Webinar
Nov 12, 2020
I will be holding a public talk on the policy implications of "The use of automated vehicles by older adults with cognitive impairments" as part of the AGE-WELL Policy Round Webinar.
[link to download the slides]
Named a recipient of the Geoff Fernie Impact Award!
Aug 5, 2020
"The Geoff Fernie Impact Awards pay tribute to the post-doctoral fellows (PDFs), doctoral and Masters’ students who go above and beyond their call of duty to serve the community and make real impact through their research. "
UHN story on our recently funded project on the perspective of people with dementia and care-partners on using automated vehicles
Jul 16, 2020
Call for the inaugural AGE-WELL EPIC Conference
May 10, 2020
AGE-WELL HQP-AC (Highly Qualified Advisory Committee) is pleased to open the call for the first-ever *virtual* AGE-WELL EPIC Conference.
[link to more info]