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Ève-Lyne Comtois-Dinel is a research professional at CIRANO. She is interested in the societal impacts of contemporary technological advances, highlighting in particular the need to rethink the ways in which humans and artificial intelligence complement each other.
CIRANO is a partner of the Observatoire international sur les enjeux sociétaux de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) et du numérique (OBVIA)
. One of the aims of this observatory is to identify the most advanced practices in AI and, more broadly, in digital, in order to promote their responsible application in a context of innovation. OBVIA is a space for discussion and reflection for all stakeholders concerned with AI, its development and use. It brings together more than 160 researchers who are committed to maximizing the positive effects of AI and countering its potential negative impacts.
Ève-Lyne is involved in the OBVIA "Watch and Investigations" function co-directed by two CIRANO Fellows.
In 2015, Ève-Lyne began a Ph.D. in the Department of Sociology at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). She joined the research services of the team at the École des sciences de l'administration of TÉLUQ in the same year.
As part of this team, she had the opportunity to act, among other things, on the research committee for the creation of the Indice Je fais Mtl
in 2016 on behalf of the City of Montréal, completed an internship at the Global Science Forum of the Science, Technology and Innovation division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2018 in Paris. Finally, she was a freelance researcher for a consulting firm specializing in economic development strategies and organizational coaching until February 2019.
She holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal, where she was affiliated with the Centre de recherche en droit public, and a multidisciplinary bachelor's degree in International Studies (B.Sc.) from the Université de Montréal and Sciences Po Grenoble, with a major in political economy.