Catherine Regis is a full professor at the University of Montreal Law Faculty, holder of a Canada Research Chair in health law and policy (chairesante.ca), co-founder of the Health Hub – Policy, Organizations and Law (h-pod.ca) and founding member of the JusticIA (justice-ia.com) research group. She is also a researcher at the Centre de recherche en droit public (CRDP), the University of Montreal Hospital Research Center (CRCHUM), the Observatory of the Social Impacts of AI and Digital Technology (OBVIA), and Special advisor and Associate vice-rector with planning and strategic communication at the University of Montreal. Catherine also participated in the creation of the Montreal Declaration for a responsible development of artificial intelligence as a member of its scientific committee.
Colleen FLOOD and Catherine RÉGIS, «Artificial intelligence and Health Law» dans T. SCASSA et F. MARTIN-BARITEAU (dir.), Artificial Intelligence and the Law in Canada, Lexis Nexis (accepted for publication in August 2020).
Lyse LANGLOIS et Catherine RÉGIS, «Analyzing the Contribution of Ethical Charters to Building the Future of Artificial Intelligence Governance» dans B. BRAUNSCHWEIG et M. GHALLAB (dir.), Reflections on AI for Humanity, Springer (accepted for publication in September 2020).