Ignacio Cofone is an associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Artificial Intelligence Law & Data Governance at McGill University's Faculty of Law, where he teaches Privacy Law, Artificial Intelligence Regulation, and Advanced Obligations. His research focuses on law reform for privacy and A.I., exploring how the law should adapt to technological and economic change. His current projects examine liability for privacy harm and A.I. discrimination.
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