AI Ethics Researcher, McGill University

I'm an AI Ethics Researcher based out of District 3 Innovation Center, Concordia University and McGill University. Coming from a technical background, I'm a strong advocate for the ethical development of AI. I founded the AI Ethics meetup group in Montreal and was an early contributor to the Montreal Ethical AI Declaration and the TBS Canadian AI Policy paper. I've also authored a paper on the evolution of fraud powered by large-scale data breaches and advances in deep learning that will be published by the ITU, United Nations. My current research areas are the labor impacts of AI-enabled automation in the financial services industry in Quebec and reproducibility as a key pillar in the audit of AI systems.

Experience

  • –present
    AI Ethics Researcher, McGill University
  • –present
    AI Ethics Researcher, District 3 Innovation Center, Concordia University

Education

  • 2015 
    McGill University, Computer Science

Honours

Prestige Scholar, McGill University