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Headlines for March 31, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | MAR 31 2017

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Ethics and governance is getting lost in the AI frenzy

Mike Ananny and Taylor Owen on the “troubling disconnect between the rapid development of AI technologies and the static nature of our governance institutions.”

National Post
Ryerson University president apologizes for student film that portrays Niagara Falls as a slum

The president of Ryerson University has apologized to Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati for a student film depicting the city in a harsh light.

Global News
University of Guelph aims to make students aware of mental health supports with proactive residence visits

The school saw four suicides in about two months earlier this year. Mark Carcasole reports.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
U of R to move forward with recommendations from gender violence report

Changes are set to be made at the University of Regina following the completion of a report that showed hundreds of students had not reported being victims sexual violence.

Maclean’s
Universities’ new rules for cheating

Three students complete a group assignment. One cheats. Should they all be punished?

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