Doctoral candidate in Innovation, Science, Technology, and Law (Ph.D.)

Saeed ROSTAMALIZADEH is a doctoral candidate in Innovation, Science, Technology, and Law (Ph.D.) at the University of Montreal under the joint direction of Professors Pascale DUFOUR and Nicolas VERMEYS.

His research project concerns regulating the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Algorithmic Decision Making (ADM) systems according to consumer protection principles. Within this project, he is trying to discuss the various types of challenges and concerns raised by the use of AI and ADM systems from four dimensions: 1- the diversity of risks raised by the use of AI and ADM systems in Business to consumer (B2C) relationships, 2- the variety of the impact levels of AI and ADM risks, 3- regulatory challenges to the use of AI and ADM, and 4- the lack of knowledge regarding the use of AI and ADM systems.

He proposes a model of Algorithmic Impact Assessment (AIA) tool that helps identify, assess and mitigate the risks and impact level of risks raised by using AI and ADM systems in various types of Business to consumer (B2C) relationships and suggests adapted actions to be taken: Consumer Rights Impact Assessment (CRIA).

Saeed ROSTAMALIZADEH holds a master’s degree in Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) from Loyola University Chicago and a master’s degree in International Commercial Law obtained from Shahid Beheshti University.

He is particularly interested in the legal and ethical aspects of new technologies specifically Artificial Intelligence (AI) and AI-based tools and applications such as Algorithmic Decision Making (ADM) systems, and their risks and impacts on individual rights

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