Black Mirror’s “Hated in the Nation”: Facial recognition is a weapon
Sohee Kwon is a student from the CAIDE subject AI, Ethics and the Law. This an excerpt from her second assignment, a review of a media piece demonstrating AI Ethics principles.Sohee Kwon is a student from the CAIDE subject AI, Ethics and the Law. This an excerpt from her second assignment on facial recognition as a weapon, a review of a media piece demonstrating AI Ethics principles.
Consent and fairness in Australian and Indian Data Protection Law
This project explores approaches to balancing the elements of individual consent and fairness to protect citizens reasonable expectations of privacy in data driven transactions.
Machines, Artificial Intelligence and rising global transphobia
How does facial recognition technology and surveillance capitalism put trans people in danger?Jean Linis-Dinco writes about how facial recognition technology and surveillance technology puts trans people in danger.
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Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law
This project aims to address the need to reconcile the tensions between the pursuit of diversity and the promotion of social cohesion. This critical problem becomes increasingly urgent as nations grapple with the challenges of highly diverse multi-cultural societies. The project aims to build a team of researchers who draw on the experience of constitutionalism throughout the world to investigate how Constitutions, in their design and in their application, can unify while nurturing the diversity appropriate for a complex, modern society. This project is intended to help governments, judiciaries and the public resolve intense controversies over ideals.
Publications arising from the 'Defining Taxing and Regulating the Not-for-Profit in Australia' project, by members of the Centre for Corporate Law.
'Defining, Regulating and Taxing the Not-for-Profit Sector in Australia: Law and Policy for the 21st Century' is a project that addresses both the needs of the Not-for-profit sector and public expectations of it by comprehensively researching legal definition, regulation and tax rules and recommending appropriate reform
Autonomous Weapon Systems: Friend or Foe?
Samuel Roussos is a student from the CAIDE subject AI, Ethics and the Law. This is an excerpt from his final assignment.Samuel Roussos is a student from the CAIDE subject AI, Ethics and the Law. 'Autonomous Weapons: Friend or Foe' is an excerpt from his final assignment.
The Tax Group publishes its annual reports which detailed its impact and engagement, teachings and research activities.
Statelessness and Citizenship Review
Statelessness and Citizenship Review Journal. An online journal established by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness and the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI).
What is Animal Computer Interaction?
By Dr Sarah Webber, Doreen Thomas Postdoctoral Fellow,School of Computing and Information Systems,CAIDE Summer Research AcademyDr Sarah Webber writes about animal-computer interaction and the challenges of integrating technology and animals.
All Civil Justice Research Group (CJRG) members are active in teaching and/or research relating to the administration of civil justice, and have significant international reputations in this area.
Australia-New Zealand Consumer Law Roundtable
Full day forum presented by 14 speakers and attended by over 40 registered attendees from across Australia and New Zealand. The roundtable was convened by Professor Elise Bant and Professor... 4 Dec 2019 - 4 Dec 2019
Academic profile of Professor Andrew Robertson, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Michelle Foster, Melbourne Law School
Constitutional Transformation Network policy papers, policy briefs, submissions and Melbourne Forum reports.
Constitutional Resilience in South Asian Democracies
This project is examining the design of constitutional institutions and connections with the resilience of democracy.
Competitive research grants obtained by members of the Centre for Corporate Law.
The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia works with a number of Associates from Melbourne Law School, Melbourne Business School and the Faculty of Business and Economics as well as external research partners.
See who is in the Electoral Regulation Research Network; our Director, state conveyors, working paper series editor and newsletter team
You wouldn’t hit a dog, so why kill one in Minecraft? Why violence against virtual animals is an ethical issue
Senior Research Fellow in Digital Ethics, Dr. Simon Coghlan, writes about the ethical issues of violence against animals in video games.
Find out how to contact members of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies.
List of publications by the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law's members.
Supervision of Graduate Students' Research
Explore the list of all past projects supervised by members of the Centre for Corporate Law, listed by year from 2000 onwards.
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