Tracing applications in Canada: Lessons on how to regulate artificial intelligence

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Tracing apps. As in many countries around the world, in Canada, commercial, State and university communities have mobilized to develop contact-tracing apps that can be used to better understand and monitor the developments of the pandemic that have been plaguing us for more than 3 months now. As in many countries around the world, a hand has been extended to technology in an attempt to either contain the phenomenon or minimize the devastating effects of lockdown.

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