The case study series continues this semester with a session for Canadian members of parliament who want to understand what lessons they should take away from the regulation of facial recognition technology in the United States as they consider legislative actions in Canada.
Christelle Tessono, an emerging scholar at CITP, served as a legislative staffer in Canada before joining us and she has organized this case study. Angelina Wang will give a short presentation on the technical aspects of facial recognition technology. Please contact Christelle at with any questions and to receive the Zoom link.
As with prior sessions, this will be run under the Chatham House rule to encourage a free flowing discussion:https://www.chathamhouse.org/about-us/chatham-house-rule.