How artificial intelligence is reshaping global power and Canadian foreign policy

Sarah Shoker / @sarahshoker

Founder and CEO of Glassbox

Sarah Shoker is the founder and CEO of Glassbox, a consultancy that trains software development and legal teams to identify how choices made along the technical pipeline can translate into bias. Shoker's PhD, which examined the Bush and Obama-era decision to exclude boys and men from drone warfare’s collateral damage count, was nominated for the the CAGS/UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award. "Military-Age Males in U.S. Counterinsurgency and Drone Warfare" is currently under contract with Palgrave MacMillan, with publication tentatively scheduled for 2020.

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May 7, 2019

Despite the widespread use of AI in foreign policy, Canada’s approach has focused on domestic innovation and regulation. Sarah Shoker explains why we need a better understanding of its scope.