Sep 27, 2018
Policymakers around the world are interested in what AI can do when it comes to bettering the lives of citizens. The answer is quite a bit when it comes to the development and delivery of public programs and services. Join Liz West, Sean Mullin and Sarah Doyle as they discuss the intersection of AI and public policy and...
Sep 26, 2018
Are robots actually stealing our jobs? With the onset of automation, it’s natural to wonder what the future of work will look like. In this podcast, Liz West and Sarah Doyle discuss the impact of automation on Canadian workers and propose a new and more optimistic narrative on the future of work.
Sep 25, 2018
The ‘innovation economy’ has become an undeniable part of how we work, live and play. Join host Liz West and her guests, Sean Mullin and Sarah Doyle, as they flush out the meaning and importance of innovation, and the policies that work to translate raw innovation into economic gains and growth.
Sep 20, 2018
Academic articles and research papers offer a wealth information on all aspects of auditing. In this podcast, Liz West and Dr. Kristina Hoang explore how policymakers currently engage with the research, how other industries engage with their own academic research, and what auditing policymakers can do to improve the...
Sep 19, 2018
Dr. Kris Hoang’s academic research into the psychology of communication reveals much about how auditors and audit committees communicate with each other. Join Liz West and Dr. Hoang as they discuss the factors that can influence what is communicated and how and why some communications differ even in a...