Kristen Thomasen is one of the leading Canadian experts in robotics law and policy, specializing in drone regulation and the privacy impacts of robotic technologies. Kristen is an Assistant Professor in Law, Robotics and Society in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada. She teaches Robotics Law & Policy and Tort Law. Kristen is completing her PhD in Law at the University of Ottawa. She previously clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for the Honourable Justice Rosalie Abella and at the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. She is a member of the Law Society of Alberta.
Professor Thomasen speaks with the CBC regarding the authorities worrisome use of facial recognition.
Using the wrong metaphor for unmanned aerial vehicles can have serious policy implications.
Kristen speaks to CTV about new drone rules.
Robots are an increasingly common feature in...
Imagine sitting in your backyard and seeing a...
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