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AI and Politics Report
The Uses of AI in Canadian Politics

As machine learning and artificial intelligence are advancing and becoming more accessible, we should expect political parties, civil society groups, and other political actors to start experimenting with these tools. In fact, they already have.

In this report we looked for key cases highlighting specific uses of AI in the Canadian political context. This includes creating synthetic content, using AI-driven tools to analyze social media posts, polling and predicting elections, targeted political advertising, and more

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As machine learning and artificial intelligence are advancing and becoming more accessible, we should expect political parties, civil society groups, and other political actors to start experimenting with these tools. In fact, they already have.

​This report has been made possible by the University Research Chair in Politics, Communication and Technology at the University of Ottawa and the Scotiabank Fund for AI and Society at the University of Ottawa AI + Society Initiative.

Suggested citation (APA):

Bartleman, M., & Dubois, E. (2023). The Political Uses of AI in Canada. Pol Comm Tech Lab, University of Ottawa. http://polcommtech.com/aipolitics-report

Bartleman, M., & Dubois, E. (2023). Les utilisations politiques de l‘IA au Canada. Pol Comm Tech Lab, University of Ottawa. http://fr.polcommtech.com/aipolitics-report

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