News tagged: Consultations
The Government of Canada launched consultations on its proposed approach to make social media platforms and other online communications services more accountable and more transparent when it comes to combating harmful content online.
News July 29, 2021
This consultation touches on a number of topics, including text and data mining, authorship and ownership of works created by AI, infringement and liability regarding AI, and repair and interoperability issues related to technological protection measures.
News July 23, 2021
Online intermediaries include Internet service providers, cloud storage services, web hosting services, social media and other public content-sharing platforms and search engines.
News April 14, 2021
These workshops will inform recommendations to the Government of Canada on how to boost public awareness of and foster trust in AI. The conversations will be grounded in an understanding of the technology, its potential uses, and its associated risks.
News February 26, 2021
With Vision 2030, LAC will define where it wants to go, what it wishes to achieve, and how it will do so.
News February 22, 2021
Canadians are invited to provide feedback on the proposed Canadian Research and Development Classification (CRDC) to ensure it represents modern and Canadian research landscapes.
News February 20, 2019
The strategy will explore new opportunities for data use across Ontario and protect people’s data rights from growing risks.
News February 5, 2019
How can Library and Archives Canada (LAC) continue to build the best collection of Canadian published material?
News November 17, 2018
What do you expect from your national library and national archives?
News September 6, 2018
The consultations will be open from August 9 to September 29.
News August 9, 2017