Theme four: Securing Digital Futures; Artificial intelligence and autonomous systems, Critical Infrastructure, Cyber-enabled crime, Digital citizenship and human behaviour, Information Warfare and, Secure systems
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Sean is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Business and Law. Sean's research and teaching focuses on law and technology in general and specifically on the ethics of artificial intelligence.
Sean is a senior lecturer at the school of business and law and a published author of numerous academic articles with special depth in the regulatory and ethical issues associated with technology in general and artificial intelligence in specific. Sean is a co-founding member of the IEEE task force on the ethical and social implications of computational intelligence.
Sean has practiced law in Canada and Israel and is the co-founder of the world’s most comprehensive purpose-built online reference source of Global Regulation, a tool with which governments, academic institutions, corporations and professional researchers study a rapidly growing body of 1.8 million pieces of legislation from 95 countries, translated into English.
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