Speaking Highlights

Ryan Ellis and Yuan Stevens. Bounty Everything: Hackers and the Making of the Global Bug Marketplace, Cybersecurity Expertise: Practice, Performance, Power, Cornell University, June 2022

Yuan Stevens. Markets, Architectures, Norms, or Law? Regulating Automated Face Recognition in Canada, Digital Democracies Institute, Simon Fraser University, Mar. 2022

Camille François, Josh Kenway, Ryan Ellis & Yuan Stevens. Debugging Bug Bounties in Cyberspace: From Vulnerability Discovery to Algorithmic Harms Redress, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs, Feb. 2022

Yuan Stevens. Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure for Digital Government Systems: Emerging Best Practices in the US, the Netherlands, and the UK, Canadian Science Policy Conference, Nov. 2021

Nani Jansen Reventlow, Nele Acthen & Yuan Stevens. Fuchsia Privacy Salon: Law, Technology, and Policy, Google, Nov. 2021

Jillian York & Yuan Stevens. Silicon Values: Free Speech, Democracy and Big Tech, Toronto Public Library, Oct. 2021

Alan McCafferty, Po Tea-Duncan & Yuan Stevens. Maintaining Open and Safe Cyber Security Design for All, Canada School of Public Service, Oct. 2021

Yuan Stevens, Sonja Solomun & Sam Andrey. Facing the Realities of Facial Recognition Technology, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), Sept. 2021

Yuan Stevens, Stephanie Tran & Florian Martin-Bariteau. See Something, Say Something? The State of Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure in Canada’s Federal Government, NorthSec Conference, May 2021

Katarina Germani, Jon Khan, Colin Lachance & Yuan Stevens. Privacy in a Digitized Judicial System, Ontario Bar Association Privacy Law Summit: Privacy and Access to Information Law, May 2021

Ana Brandusescu, Yuan Stevens, Nabeel Ahmed, Jess Reia & Valentine GoddardArtificial Intelligence Policy and Funding in Canada, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal, McGill University, March 2021

Yuan Stevens. Privacy Threats in the Context of Intimate Relationships: Sociotechnical Vulnerabilities in Canada’s Legal System, The State of Canadian Cybersecurity Conference: Human-Centric Cybersecurity (SERENE-RISC), Nov. 2020

Yuan Stevens. Move Fast and Break Things? Montréal’s Role in the Global AI Industry, Feminist and Accessible Publishing / Communications Technologies Speaker Series, McGill University, Feb. 2020

Yuan Stevens, Suzie Dunn & Nareg Froundjian. Vulnerability and Control: Deepfakes, Image Based Abuse, and Online HarmThe Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Social Media on Legal Institutions (CIAJ), Oct. 2019

Hannes Westermann, Kate Stapleton & Yuan Stevens. AI for Legal Decision-Making Support: Behind the Facade, Perspectives juridiques de l’intelligence artificielle et de la cyberjustice (summer school), Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal, June 2019 

Ryan Ellis, Yuan Stevens & Matt Goerzen. Systems We Should Trust? The Cultural Logics of Finding FlawsInternational Communication Association Conference, May 2019

Hannes Westermann & Yuan Stevens. Crime and Punishment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Cyberjustice Laboratory, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal, Feb. 2019

Vincent Southerland, Yuan Stevens & Fahad Diwan. Discrimination, AI & the Criminal Justice System, AI & Law Speaker Series, McGill University, Faculty of Law, Nov. 2018

Yuan Stevens & Ryan Ellis. The Birth of Anti-Hacking Laws in the U.S. and Canada, digitalHKS, Harvard Kennedy School, Nov. 2018

Yuan Stevens & Ryan Ellis. Theft, War, or Mere Mischief? Anti-Hacking Laws in the U.S. and CanadaAssociation of Internet Researchers, Oct. 2018