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Montreal AI Ethics Institute's (MAIEI) Submission to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Second Session.
- Allison Cohen, Abhishek Gupta Montreal AI Ethics Institute, Microsoft
- Political Science, Computer Science
- 11 August 2020
It is posits that, at best, a tenuous case can be made for providing AI exclusive IP over their "inventions", and recommends strategies for WIPO to bring IP law into the 21st century, enabling it to productively account for AI "invention".
Broadening opportunities for job seekers with disabilities: strategies to effectively provide assistive technology in One-Stop centers.
Challenges experienced by One-Stop partners related to AT provision as well as strategies for providing effective AT support are presented, and implications for the most efficient ways to provide AT options are discussed.
Merging Cultural Differences and Professional Identities: Strategies for Maximizing Collaborative Efforts during the Implementation of the Workforce Investment Act
Significant policy changes focused on improving employment outcomes for persons with disabilities have included the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 1990, amendments to the Rehabilitation Act in…
The Workforce Investment Act
The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) authorizes anew workforce investmentsystem thatis rooted in the One-Stop concept, enabling customers to access a wide array of training, education, and…
Practice Research to High-Performing States in Integrated Employment
Between 1988 and 1996, the number of individuals supported by state mental retardation/developmental disabilities (MR/DD) agencies who participated in some type of community employment increased by…
The State of AI Ethics Report (June 2020)
- Abhishek Gupta, Camylle Lanteigne, +6 authors Renjie Butalid
- Political Science, Computer ScienceArXiv
- 25 June 2020
This inaugural edition of the State of AI Ethics hopes to bring forward the most important developments that caught the attention at the Montreal AI Ethics Institute this past quarter and is geared towards researchers and practitioners alike who are making decisions on behalf of their organizations in considering the societal impacts of AI-enabled solutions.
Demystifying What Medicare GME Payments Cover and How They're Calculated.
Strategies of support: Increasing the capacity of one-stop centers to meet the needs of job seekers with disabilities
The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) mandates a new level of seamlessness in services delivered to customers, including those with disabilities. Using a case study methodology, this study examined the…
The Implementation of the Affordable Care Act's Prohibition of Pre-Existing Condition Exclusions
- Allison Cohen