Speaking Highlights

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