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Lucia Nalbandian

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Advanced Digital Technologies in Migration Management - A Review of Emerging Literature (2022)
Published on: May 14, 2024
This research is about the use of advanced digital technologies (ADTs) in migration management. It explores how these technologies are being implemented and employed by state and non-state actors to manage migration processes, the types of technologies being used, their purposes, and the implications for migrants' rights, particularly privacy.
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Current methodological approaches in studying the use of advanced digital technologies in migration management (2023)
Published on: April 19, 2024
Technology is becoming a bigger part of how countries and organizations manage migration. This paper offers an early review of academic and gray literature on the use of advanced digital technologies (ADTs) in migration management processes. The primary focus of this review is literature that discusses migration management technologies - ADTs used by institutional actors (governments, NGOs, transnational institutions).
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Using Machine-Learning to Triage Canada’s Temporary Resident Visa Applications (2021)
Published on: August 12, 2021
This report defines several introductory concepts relating to artificial intelligence and machine learning and provides a review of existing literature that acknowledges efforts made to establish clarity on how the Canadian government uses artificial intelligence to manage migration to date.
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