In this episode of the ICODR podcast, Ian speaks with Dr. Fahimeh Abedi, Research Fellow at the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics (CAIDE) at the University of Melbourne. With a strong research background spanning over 10 years, Fahimeh has focussed her work on exploring the intersection of law and artificial intelligence.
She holds a PhD from Victoria University, Melbourne; and an LLM from the National University of Malaysia.
Currently, Fahimeh is engaged in the Ninian Stephen Law Program: New Legal Thinking for Emerging Technologies project that focuses on addressing the complex legal and ethical challenges posed by emerging technologies specifically for lawyers in Australia. In addition, Fahimeh is a chief investigator in the development of resilient legal advice for cyber and critical technologies in Vietnam as part of a project with Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
She is also a chief investigator for a research project titled “Measuring and Evaluating Sustainability-SDG 5 – Gender Equality to Empower Victorian Indigenous Women’s Ownership of Agricultural Land” that aims to empower indigenous women in Victoria by promoting gender equality and fostering their ownership of agricultural land.
Learn more about Fahimeh here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fahimeh-abedi-phd-44651989
Have you ever considered how mediator practices impact the environment? In this episode, Veronica talks with Ian Macduff--mediator and host of the ICODR podcast--about an initiative he is part of--the Mediators...By Ian MacDuff, Veronica Cravener