Maroussia Lévesque works at the crossroads of law and technology. She has a background in interactive arts, having lead interdisciplinary teams at the Obx lab for experimental media within the Hexagram research-creation institute. She was called to the Bar in 2013 and clerked for the Chief Justice at the Quebec Court of Appeal, Canada. She participated to the inquiry commission on the protection of journalists’ sources, investigating law enforcement’s electronic surveillance practices. More recently, she researched artificial intelligence and human rights at the Digital Inclusion Lab within Global Affairs Canada. She is a member of IEEE’s working group on algorithmic bias.