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Prince Ogunlana

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Prince is a second-year Master in Laws candidate at the University of Alberta. His research centres around civil liability wrought by Artificial Intelligence systems; and particularly the analysis of this phenomenon through a comparative study of the governance frameworks in Kenya, South Africa, and Nigeria. Prior to commencing his graduate studies, he obtained his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from Lancaster University, Ghana. In his spare time, Prince enjoys playing instruments and writing satirical fiction.

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