Daniel Konikoff, Inaugural Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society Graduate Fellowship | CrimSL News Winter 2021

Photo of Daniel KonikoffCrimSL PhD Student Daniel Konikoff has been appointed to a graduate fellowship in the inaugural cohort of U of T’s new Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society.

Daniel’s proposed project “will look at the social, legal, and ethical ramifications of digital tools used by police for investigation and surveillance—with a particular focus on Canada's risk-driven tracking database and its impact on the criminal justice landscape.”

The SRI’s four faculty fellows and fifteen graduate fellows will “contribute to the strength and breadth of [the Institute’s] research community by fostering multi-disciplinary thinking and collaboration through weekly meetings, talks, workshops, and the mentorship relationships between scholars at different stages of their career.”



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