— Published on Apr 19th, 2021
— Published on Sep 8th, 2020
— Published on Jun 16th, 2020
Robotics law and policy Professor Kristen Thomasen was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about Singapore's use of a robot dog in response to COVID-19. The country is testing Spot, a four-legged robot, in a public park to assist with social distancing efforts.
— Published on May 15th, 2020
During a CBC Windsor interview, Windsor Law Professor Kristen Thomasen said conversations around the potential use of cellphone data during the pandemic raise a lot of social questions.
— Published on Mar 30th, 2020
Windsor Law Professor Kristen Thomasen was interviewed by CBC Windsor to promote a January 22 panel exploring public safety, security, and surveillance at the University of Windsor.
— Published on Jan 23rd, 2020
Professor Kristen Thomasen appeared on CBC's Windsor Morning with Tony Doucette to discuss cameras & privacy. Professor Thomasen says research into surveillance cameras and crime doesn't prove they make an area more safe.
— Published on Sep 26th, 2019
Professor Kristen Thomasen (photo credit: CBC Windsor)
— Published on Jun 25th, 2019
As new drone regulations came into effect in Canada on June 1st, Professor Kristen Thomasen interviewed with CBC Windsor to comment on the social impact of drone technology--something that hasn't been taken into consideration with the new regulations.
— Published on Jun 5th, 2019
— Published on Feb 22nd, 2018