Claire Boine

PhD in Law candidate at the University of Ottawa and Research Scholar at Boston University.

Claire Boine is a PhD in Law candidate at the University of Ottawa and a Research Scholar at Boston University, where she works on understanding individual beliefs and the drivers of social change as it relates to gun culture. She uses qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods, and adopts an intersectional lens. She holds a Master's in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and other degrees in international law, political science, History, and conflict analysis. Her PhD research focuses on the legal and ethical implications of the intersection between life, AI, and technology, with an emphasis on gender and race. In the Research Chair, Claire leads the Women & AI project. She is also an Associate Researcher of the Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute.

 

Updated 18 April 2021 at 0 h 31 min.