University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
Kristen Thomasen is an Assistant Professor of Law, Robotics & Society at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. She is completing her PhD in Law on the topic of drones and privacy in public at the University of Ottawa. Her doctoral work received a SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship. Kristen researches and writes about the legal, social and ethical implications of robotic and autonomous machines, and she teaches Robotics Law & Policy at the University of Windsor. Prior to starting her Ph.D., Kristen clerked for the Honourable Madam Justice Rosalie Abella at the Supreme Court of Canada. She also clerked for the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. Kristen is a member of the Law Society of Alberta.
Keywords: law, robotics, drones, privacy, artificial intelligence, feminism, feminist perspective on robotics, policy, public space, public space robots