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Gabrielle Lim, Vanessa Ko, Tim Dutton

How do we regulate Artificial Intelligence? Munk School students seek answers to big questions

April 5, 2018

Artificial intelligence seems like a distant reality, but we’re already engaging with it today. These Munk School students are thinking of ways to regulate the technology.

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Peter Munk

Peter Munk: a tribute from the Munk School

March 29, 2018

Janice Stein, Stephen Toope and Randall Hansen celebrate the life and legacy of the Munk School’s benefactor, Peter Munk.

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Peter Munk

In Memoriam: Peter Munk (1927-2018)

March 28, 2018

The University of Toronto community has lost a most generous and visionary alumnus and benefactor, Peter Munk, who passed away at the age of 90.

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Tony Lourakis

Munk School Meets: Tony Lourakis

March 26, 2018

Tony Lourakis, president of the Hellenic Heritage Foundation (HHF), talks to us about the importance of preserving Greek culture and why HHF supports the Munk School’s Hellenic studies curriculum. 

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Cartoon images of people using smartphones.

How do I protect my online data? Citizen Lab’s Security Planner tool offers safety tips from the experts

March 22, 2018

Munk School’s Citizen Lab launched their Security Planner tool to help make online safety easier to navigate.

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Photo exhibit looks at Turkmen village life through the eyes of Durdy Bayramov

March 16, 2018

The free exhibit runs from March 16 to April 11 in the cloisters at the Munk School’s Trinity College location.

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Kana Shishikura poses with students from an Indonesian boarding school.

Discovering Islam’s Diversity through International Course Module in Indonesia

March 12, 2018

During Reading Week, undergraduate students from the Munk School’s Contemporary Asian Studies program went to Indonesia to experience Islam’s diversity of beliefs, actions and expressions.

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Bad Traffic: Sandvine’s PacketLogic Devices Used to Deploy Government Spyware in Turkey?

March 9, 2018

A new Citizen Lab report outlines an investigation into the apparent use of networking equipment to deliver malware in Turkey and indirectly into Syria.

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Beppe Grillo, founder of the Five Star Movement, a populist political party.

Examining the Rise of the Populist Far Right in the Classroom

March 2, 2018

Ahead of Sunday’s Italian general election, we spoke to Kai Arzheimer, whose fourth-year undergraduate seminar at the Munk School looks at the latest political trends among far-right parties in more than 10 countries across Western Europe.

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Vanessa Ko (l) and Zachary Skeith

Munk School’s MGAs explore blockchain technology for social good

February 28, 2018

These Munk School students are exploring altruistic applications for the technological system behind Bitcoin.

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