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I recently learned of a new AI-detection software that I was curious to test.
What a Human Eye Can Pick Up
This spring, two faculty members asked me for some help in determining whether student papers may have been generated by AI.
I found a few non-determinative clues such as, the lack of footnotes for

This article offers a concise overview of the Council of Europe’s (CoE) recent efforts in shaping global artificial intelligence (AI) governance. The newly adopted Framework Convention on AI has important implications for member states and beyond, notably Canada. Organizations and employers beginning to navigate the AI landscape will want to assess the widespread impact of

A California court recently ruled that TikTok is not liable for property damage occurring at a bathroom in a Florida School District.  The California court ruled that the alleged damage wasn’t a foreseeable result of a TikTok challenge video.  It also concluded that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act would bar the claim in

Singapore’s courts were a mess in the late 1980s. There was a five year backlog of cases, and the average commercial matter took between five and six years to resolve. Hearing dates were being set as much as two years in the future.
These timelines may sound familiar, if you’re involved with Canada’s civil courts.