Thank you for your interest in our Video Research Study!

The aim of this study is to improve human movement recognition via artificial intelligence technologies.

Participants will be video recorded performing basic movements such as walking, sitting, standing up, etc.

To submit the registration for a minor please complete this form.
Note that all minors must be registered by their legal guardian.
All legal guardians also need to submit their registration.

Selected participants will be contacted regarding the next steps.

If you have any questions or would like to know more details about this project, don't hesitate to contact us at

Please add to your contacts and/or safe list to make sure you receive future communications about this study.


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About TELUS International AI

Creating and enhancing the world's data to enable better AI via human intelligence

We help companies test and improve machine learning models via our global AI Community of 1 million+ annotators and linguists. Our proprietary AI training platform handles all data types (text, images, audio, video and geo) across 500+ languages and dialects. Our AI Data Solutions vastly enhance AI systems across a range of applications from advanced smart products, to better search results, to expanded speech recognition, to more human-like bot interactions and so much more.

TELUS International AI



Have you already registered yourself and have a Reference ID? *
Preferred payment method * 🛈
Payment for completing this study will be performed via direct bank deposit.
Payments are sent within 4 weeks after the task is confirmed to be completed. 
A separate form will be requested to be filled in with your bank details, once the task is completed.
Payments can only be sent to a parent or legal guardian of the minor.
Payment for completing this study will be performed with a Target Giftcard.
The Giftcard will be received at the end of the task.
Giftcard can only be received by a parent or a legal guardian of the minor.
Would you like to receive scheduling updates from us by text message? *
Do you agree to receive text messages from us? Reply STOP to opt-out at any time. *


Your decision to participate in this Study is completely voluntary and you may decline to participate or stop or withdraw your participation at any time. You do not have to sign this Consent, but to participate in this Study, you must sign this Consent. 

This Study will involve parents and/or their Child or Minor who is under 18 years of age and therefore may not have the capacity to legally consent to take part in this Study. If a parent/guardian is signing on behalf of an individual who cannot legally consent to participate in the study, the pronouns “you” and “yours” should be read as referring both to the Child or Minor participant as well as the person (the parent/guardian) who is signing this Consent for the participant.



The aim of this Study is to improve human recognition via artificial intelligence technology. 

The data collected in this study may be used to assess products and services, which could include technologies and algorithms that operate on audio data for speech recognition, audio processing, communication, and other multi-media. 



As part of this Study, the following information may be collected or accessed as part of the Study (collectively, we call this “Study Data”): 

  • Contact Information of the parent or guardian: Name, email address, telephone number and relationship to the minor. This Contact Information will be deleted within 5 years after the Study ends.
  • Contact Information of the Child: Name, last name.
  • Demographic Data of the parent or guardian and the Child: Year and month of birth, state of residence, gender, language, family’s ancestry (ethnicity), skin color, height, weight, and use of a mobility aid or walking support required. This information, and any additional information you may provide during interactions with us via email or otherwise, may also be documented. Your Demographic Data will be deleted within 5 years after the Study ends. Aggregated Demographic Data may be retained as long as necessary for the purposes described in this Informed Parental Consent. 
  • Research Data of the parent or guardian and the Child: Data obtained as a result of the Study activities will be stored in our Customer´s database and deleted according to their retention periods.Our Customer is the data controller with regard to the Research Data 

TELUS International AI Inc. domiciled at 2251 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102, is the Controller of the Contact Information and Demographic Data that we collect about you (as described more fully in our Community Data Privacy Notice).



TIAI may share your personal data as follows:

  • Our Service Providers: we share your banking/payment information with service providers that assist us in compensating you for participating in the Project.
  • Our Customer: we share all of the Study Data that we collect through this Study, with the exception of financial information, with our Customer, which is a company in the Technology Industry that provides web services for the purpose of this Study. Our Customer will use the Study Data for its own research purposes and as described in its privacy notice. 

For purposes set forth in any other notice provided to you and as set forth in our Community Data Privacy Notice.

Your Consent to TransferWe may transfer your Study Data to a third country that does not have the same level of data protection as your home country. Please see our Community Data Privacy Notice for additional information. Regardless of the country where your Study Data is used and maintained by us, our affiliates, and its contracted third parties, it will be used and maintained only for the purposes described in this Informed Parental Consent and it will be protected as described. If you do not want to permit your Study Data to be transferred internationally, you should not sign this Informed Parental Consent. However, you must sign this Informed Parental Consent to participate in the Study. 



TIAI’s Use of Your Study Data: TIAI will use your Study Data for the following purposes:

  • Guardian Data: 
    • Administrative Purposes: to contact you and, where applicable, to compensate you for your participation in the Project or the participation of your Child, in accordance with applicable law;
    • Research Purposes:  to determine eligibility to participate in the study;
    • Our Own Marketing Purposes:  where permitted by applicable law, if we believe that you may be interested in participating in additional research studies;
    • Contractual Purposes:  to fulfill our contractual obligation with our customer that has commissioned the Project;
    • Legal Purposes:  to protect our rights and interests, your rights and interest, and the rights and interests of our customers; and 
    • Other Purposes: As permitted by applicable law and as detailed in our Community Data Privacy Notice
  • Minor Participant Data: 
    • Research Purposes:  to determine eligibility to participate in the study
    • Contractual Purposes:  to fulfill our contractual obligation with our customer that has commissioned the Project
    • Legal Purposes:  to protect our rights and interests, your rights and interest, and the rights and interests of our customers, and 
    • Other Purposes: As permitted by applicable law and as detailed in our Community Data Privacy Notice


Data Subject Rights:  In certain countries, you may exercise certain rights with regard to your personal data. Please see our Community Data Privacy Notice for information about your rights. You may contact us at any time to request deletion of your personal information associated with your Study Data. In some circumstances, deletion of your personal information may not be feasible (for instance, if your Study Data has been de-linked from your Contact Information). However, reasonable efforts will be made to delete identifiable data within a reasonable amount of time of your request. You can also withdraw your consent at any time.

To exercise your rights please contact us at



If you withdraw or are removed from the Study, Study Data collected prior to your withdrawal may continue to be used and maintained as in this Consent, unless you request that it be deleted, in which case it will be deleted where feasible as stated above in “What Data Rights Do I Have” section.


By signing this Consent, I acknowledge and agree:


Parent affirmation and consent for minor data collection: I affirm that I am the parent or legal guardian of the Child or Minor Participant, and that I am authorized to act on behalf of the Child or Minor Participant. I give consent for the Child or Minor Participant to participate in this Project. I further consent to TELUS International AI’s collection, use, and disclosure of Minor Participant’s personal data as described in this Project Description.

If this is an electronic consent, I understand that by clicking accept or typing my name and the date below I am providing my consent electronically and that it has the same force and effect as if I was signing in person on paper. 

Please carefully review and execute the following Contributor Services Agreement and Releases(s).

Person Conducting Consent's Signature *


For this research study, we will capture a broad cross-section of participants targeting various combinations of demographics, with the goal of ensuring that our customer's services, and derived products, are equally representing a diverse set of end-users. It is vital that your information is correct, as incorrect information may result in cancelation of your scheduled appointment.

Thank you for your participation and for helping us create bias-free technology that works for everyone.


Fluent Written Languages *
Fluent Spoken Languages *
Which ethnicity does the minor identify with? *

What is the minor's skin tone (before sun exposure)?

Please select one of the options below, drawn from the dermatologically recognized Fitzpatrick phototyping scale:

Does the minor normally use a mobility aid or walking support (e.g.: wheelchair, crutches, etc.) ? *
What kind of mobility aid/walking support does the minor normally use? *
Is the minor able to climb stairs? Some study locations are only accessible via stairs. If not, we will make sure they participate at a location without stairs. *
Is the minor comfortable performing basic physical activities such as, walking, sitting down, standing up, etc.? *
Does the minor have any implanted medical devices? *
Is the minor a person who speaks with a stutter? *
Is the minor a person who has shaken hands? *
Is the minor a person with Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, or ALS? *
Is the minor a person who requires Augmentative or Alternative Communication methods? *
Is the minor a person who needs support for head control? *
Does the minor wear eyeglasses? *
Which prescription strength does the minor have for eyeglasses? *
Does the minor wear contact lenses? *
Which prescription strength does the minor have for contact lenses? *
Does the minor have any underlying condition pertaining to eyesight? *
Does the minor exercise regularly? *
How often does the minor exercise? *
Where does the minor prefer to exercise? *
What type of exercise does the minor prefer? *


What day(s) would be more convenient for the minor to participate in the study? *
What time(s) would be more convenient for the minor to participate in the study? *


Participants will perform basic physical activities on a set (similar to those of TV shows) and sometimes will be asked to wear additional accessories items and props, provided by our customer. These activities will be video recorded for research purposes.
By answering the questions below, we will better understand if you will feel comfortable participating in this study.
For this study, is the minor comfortable performing basic physical activities such as, walking, sitting down, standing up, etc.? *
For this study, is the minor comfortable with wearing additional accessories such as glasses, jewelry or hats? *
For this study, does the minor agree to be video-recorded? *


We will soon start a new project for pets!
Please, answer the questions below to let us know if you are interested in participating with your pets.

Do you have any pets? *
Would you be able to bring your pet(s) with you to your session, if asked to? *

Do you or does any member of your household work, or have worked in the past, for any of the companies below? *
How did you find out about this research study? *
We offer a referral bonus of $10 for each participant that you bring into the project who successfully completes the research study.
To be eligible for the bonus, first, the participant(s) that you refer have to select "I was referred by someone" in the above question and after fill in your complete name and email address (exactly as you filled in this form) in the fields "Name of the person who informed you about this opportunity" and "E-mail of the person who informed you about this opportunity".

Please note referral bonuses are not paid for close family members that belong to the same household.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The referral payment will only be executed via Bank Transfer and not via  Gift cards.
I'm interested in helping TELUS International find more participants like me *
- We ask that you give us at least 48 hours notice if you need to cancel an appointment. A cancellation is considered late when the appointment is canceled less than 48 hours before the appointed time. A no-show is when a participant misses an appointment without canceling. The first time a participant misses an appointment, we will make a note in your registration. Two or more missed appointments may result in a removal from our participation list.

- Please note, although we do our best to avoid canceling sessions, unforeseen circumstances such as equipment malfunctions and staffing changes may result in last minute cancellations. Participants are not guaranteed payment for any canceled sessions.


Contributor Services Agreement

Hello and Welcome to the community of Independent Contractors for TELUS International AI Inc. (the “Company”)!   

All of the services provided by you (the “Independent Contractor”) to the Company are governed by the terms and conditions set out in this Contributor Services Agreement (the “Agreement”).  Please be sure to review the terms and conditions carefully.  By acknowledging this Agreement, you also confirm to have read and understand the terms of the Agreement which has been provided and originally drafted in the English language. En cliquant sur Accepter, vous confirmez également avoir lu et compris les termes du Contrat qui a été fourni et rédigé à l'origine en anglais.  By acknowledging this Agreement, you also consent to signing or acknowledging TELUS International documents electronically, and  agree that your electronic signature will have the same legal effect as a hand-written signature. Once accepted, a copy of this Agreement will be made available for download in the “Agreements” section of your profile on the platform.  

Independent Contractor and Company agree as follows:

  1. Services.

1.1 Services and Deliverables.  Company will propose services to be performed by the Independent Contractor (the “Services”) and for each service will provide information concerning the required deliverables (the “Deliverables”), fees payable, due dates and other business terms that apply to the Services.  Company may propose Services through the platform or other means as communicated to Independent Contractor by Company. Independent Contractor may accept the opportunity or decline to provide the Services in Independent Contractor’s sole and absolute discretion without any form of detriment to the Independent Contractor.  If Independent Contractor accepts the opportunity, Independent Contractor will perform the Services and provide the Deliverables in accordance with all of the specifications and other requirements included in the Work Statement which are incorporated herein by reference and form the terms of the Agreement.  Services shall be performed in a highly skilled and professional manner consistent with the highest professional standards in the industry and confirms that the Independent Contractor has the necessary qualifications and training/expertise required to deliver the Services.    Independent Contractor shall promptly correct any failure of the Services or the Deliverables to conform to the above warranty at Independent Contractor's sole cost and expense.  Subject to Independent Contractor meeting the requirements for the Services set out or otherwise communicated by Company, Independent Contractor will have the control and reasonable discretion as to the manner and means of performing the Services including full autonomy as to work schedule and tools, materials and equipment used to complete the Services. Independent Contractor represents and warrants that Services and Deliverables to Company and under this Agreement will not breach or conflict with any agreement to which Independent Contractor is a party or any contractual obligation Independent Contractor owes to a third party.

1.2 Review.  Company (or its customer, as applicable) will review each Deliverable and may provide Independent Contractor with requested corrections to align Services and Deliverables with Company’s expectations.  Independent Contractor will promptly make all corrections requested by Company that are reasonably within the scope of the Services for no additional fee.  If any requested change is outside of the scope of the Services and/or Deliverables, Independent Contractor will promptly notify Company and Independent Contractor will agree on revised Deliverables and delivery dates therto.  Any modifications must be agreed by both parties to be effective.    

1.3 Payment.  Company will pay Independent Contractor for all Services and Deliverables as described in the services request but no later than sixty (60) days from either the issuance of the applicable invoice or, where fees are calculated automatically through the platform based on Services provided and mutually agreed under the Agreement, the end of the Term.  Independent Contractor agrees that the fees offered will be full and complete compensation for Independent Contractor’s performance of the Services and shall be inclusive of any taxes.  Independent Contractor will be solely responsible for all costs and expenses associated with the Services.  Independent Contractor is also solely responsible for the payment of any taxes, fees, costs or otherwise to the appropriate tax authority in a timely manner and as prescribed by law. 

1.4 Equipment. Independent Contractor agrees to supply, at its own expense, all tools and materials necessary for Independent Contractor to perform the Services, including, but not limited to, all necessary hardware, software, equipment and supplies. Under exceptional circumstances, the Company may furnish materials and equipment to Independent Contractor. Any materials and equipment furnished by Company to Independent Contractor in connection with this Agreement, unless fully paid for by Independent Contractor are and will remain the property of Company and will be deemed to be loaned to Independent Contractor. Upon the earlier of Company’s request or the expiry or termination of the Agreement, Independent Contractor shall provide, to Company or to Company’s designate, all Company equipment and materials related to the Services covered under the Agreement in the same condition as they were when furnished by Company. Final payment by Company of the fees for Services and Deliverables will be contingent on the return of such equipment and materials in addition to any other legal remedies the Company may have. 

1.5 Company Requirements.  Independent Contractor will comply with all requirements and policies provided to Independent Contractor by Company or the applicable Company customer (collectively, the “Requirements”).  In addition to the Requirements, Independent Contractor agrees to comply with  Company’s Supplier Code of Conduct found at and any requirements concerning information security measures in performance of Independent Contractor’s obligations. Independent Contractor shall observe and comply with all applicable laws, regulations, ordinances, and codes of governmental entities relating to the provision of the Services and Deliverables.        

  1. Confidentiality.

2.1 Definition.  “Confidential Information” means any non-public information that is provided to Independent Contractor by Company or any of Company’ affiliates, customers, business partners or Independent Contractors. The Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to, (i) all software, documentation, financial, marketing and customer data, customer retention plans, strategies and other business information, (ii) any rating procedures, rules and guidelines, systems and processes, ratings hub, and the underlying methodologies and processes of the foregoing and all related training and documentation, and (iii) any discoveries, inventions, trade secrets, research and development efforts, know-how and show-how, and all deliverables, derivatives, improvements, and enhancements to any of the above which were created or developed by Independent Contractor under this Agreement..  “Confidential Information” does not include information that: (a) was rightfully known to Independent Contractor, without any obligation of confidentiality, prior to receiving the same information from Company; (b) is or becomes publicly available without breach of any confidentiality obligation; or (c) is rightfully obtained by Independent Contractor from a source other than Company without breach of any confidentiality obligation.  

2.2  Use of Information.  Independent Contractor understands that Confidential Information constitutes a valuable and unique asset to the Company.  Independent Contractor will use Confidential Information only for the purpose of providing the Services and will not use it for Independent Contractor’s own benefit or the benefit of any other party.  Independent Contractor will not disclose or distribute Confidential Information to any third party without Company’s prior written consent.   

2.3 Protection of Information.  Independent Contractor will protect Confidential Information from any unauthorized use or disclosure, including implementing all reasonable security measures needed to protect the Confidential Information.  Independent Contractor will notify Company immediately if Independent Contractor becomes aware of any unauthorized disclosure or use of any Confidential Information, including any personal data received by Independent Contractor in the course of performing the Services.  Independent Contractor may disclose Confidential Information pursuant to a valid order issued by a court or government agency; provided that, Independent Contractor gives Company at least ten (10) days prior written notice of such obligation and the opportunity to oppose such disclosure or obtain a protective order or the equivalent.  

2.4  Customer Information.   In addition to and without reducing any other obligation set out in this Agreement, Independent Contractor specifically acknowledges that all information related to any Company customer, including any information about a customer’s business, product plans, strategic relationships, etc., is to be held in the strictest confidence.  Independent Contractor must not disclose any information about the Services performed by Independent Contractor or the customer’s identity in any materials, including postings in social media or on the Independent Contractor’s website.  Independent Contractor must not duplicate any images or text provided to Independent Contractor, other than as strictly needed to perform the Services

2.5 Return of Information.  All Confidential Information will remain the property of the Company.  Upon Company’ request, Independent Contractor will promptly return or destroy all copies of Confidential Information in Independent Contractor’s control and certify the completion of Independent Contractor’s obligations under this Section in writing.    

2.6 Investigations and Audits.  Independent Contractor will cooperate fully in any investigation of any unauthorized disclosure or use of Confidential Information and will promptly provide requested information and reasonable access to any evidentiary matter (e.g. documents or work systems).  Independent Contractor will cooperate in any reasonable audit required by law or under Company’s contracts with its customers.  Company will provide the Independent Contractor with reasonable notice and an explanation in connection with any required audit.   

2.7 Protection of Business Interests.  Independent Contractor will not directly or indirectly solicit any customer of Company for any business or other opportunity based on any information learned in the course of providing the Services or that was otherwise provided by Company.    

2.8 Court-granted Relief.  Independent Contractor acknowledges that any breach of its obligations under this Agreement will result in irreparable harm to the Company.  In the event of an actual or threatened breach of this Agreement, Company will be entitled to immediate injunctive relief in addition to any other legal relief available to it.  

  1. Relationship.  Independent Contractor is engaged as, and shall perform the Services as  an independent contractor and  Independent Contractor acknowledges that Independent Contractor will not be considered an employee, agent, joint venture or partner of Company or any of its customers, under the provisions of this Agreement or otherwise.  Independent Contractor shall not receive nor be entitled to any employment-related benefit or entitlement such as vacation pay, holiday pay, termination notice, payment in lieu of termination notice, or severance pay, in connection with the performance of its obligations under this Agreement.  Independent Contractor does not have and will not have any authority to bind Company or assume or create any obligation on behalf of Company and Independent Contractor will not represent to any third party that Independent Contractor has any such authority.  No part of Independent Contractor’s compensation will be subject to withholding by Company or payment by the Company for the payment of social insurance, pension plan, social security, unemployment insurance, or disability insurance or their equivalents or any other similar tax obligations, unless otherwise required by laws applying to Independent Contractors.  

  1. Legal Compliance.  

4.1 Personal Data.  

(a) Independent Contractor’s Personal Data.  Company will use and share any personal data provided by Independent Contractor solely in accordance with the terms of its Community Data Privacy Notice.  Company’s Community Data Privacy Notice includes information about how to contact Company with any questions or concerns regarding use of personal data.  

(b) Others’ Personal Data.  Independent Contractor acknowledges that some of the content that Independent Contractor may receive in connection with the Services or generate in the course of providing the Services may include personal data, and acknowledges that personal data is and shall remain the exclusive property of the Company.  Independent Contractor will treat all such personal data as Confidential Information as described in Section 2 above.  In addition, Independent Contractor will use, process and disclose any such personal data solely as directed by the Company.    

4.2 Legal Compliance.  Independent Contractor will comply with all laws, rules and regulations in connection with Independent Contractor’s performance of the Services, including all registration as an independent contractor, as required, reporting and other obligations related to operating a business in Independent Contractor’s jurisdiction, for example, regulations prohibiting bribery, money laundering and discrimination.  Independent Contractor represents and warrants that Independent Contractor has the legal authority to enter into this Agreement any and that all of the information they provide to Company in any application or any required form is accurate and complete.  Additionally, Independent Contractor represents and warrants that Independent Contractor is not subject to any contractual obligations that interfere with or prohibit Independent Contractor’s performance of the Services.  

For Independent Contractors operating in France, Independent Contractor represents and warrants that Independent Contractor is duly registered with the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés as an independent contractor and shall produce any evidence of Independent Contractor’s compliance with independent contractor’s tax and social security regulations as required by the Company under applicable laws.

  1. Proprietary Rights.

5.1 Ownership.  To the extent permitted by applicable law, Independent Contractor agrees that the Services are provided on a “work-for-hire” basis and that all right, title and interest in any and all intellectual property rights (including, for example, all copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secret rights and all contract and licensing rights) developed by Independent Contractor (either individually or in collaboration with others) relating to the Services or Deliverables (collectively, the “Work Product”) will be the sole and exclusive property of Company.  Independent Contractor acknowledges that Company’s rights to the Work Product are exclusive to Company and include, for example, the right to use, adapt, reproduce, distribute, broadcast, display and make derivative works of the Work Product in any and all media and all formats now known or later developed.  In addition, all files, records, documents, drawings, specifications, equipment and similar items related to Company’s business, whether prepared by Independent Contractor or otherwise coming into Independent Contractor’s possession, will remain the exclusive property of Company.  

5.2 Assignment of Rights.  To the extent permitted by applicable law, Independent Contractor hereby irrevocably assigns and transfers to Company all right, title and interest in and to the Work Product.  Independent Contractor acknowledges that the Company will have the sole and exclusive worldwide right, title and interest in perpetuity to use and exploit all or any part of the Work Product.  Independent Contractor agrees they will not assert any moral rights in the Work Product and, to the extent permitted by applicable law, hereby waives all such moral rights. In addition, Independent Contractor agrees to execute any documents as the Company may request evidence or otherwise protect Company’s ownership of the Work Product.  

5.3 Third Party Rights.  Independent Contractor will not use any third party materials or otherwise infringe any third party property right of any kind in the performance of the Services.  Independent Contractor will not disclose any third party confidential information to Company at any time.

  1. Term and Termination. Subject to the terms of this Section, this Agreement will become effective when accepted by Independent Contractor and will remain in effect until terminated by either Independent Contractor or Company for a period of twelve (12) months unless terminated earlier by either Independent Contractor or Company as provided below (the “Term”). Thereafter, this Agreement will automatically be extended for consecutive one (1) year term, unless otherwise terminated as provided in this Agreement.  The Parties may terminate this Agreement at any time on written notice to Company; provided Independent Contractor completes any Services that Independent Contractor has agreed to provide prior to Independent Contractor’s termination of the Agreement and provided that the Company will pay Independent Contractor for all Services properly performed as of the termination date.  After termination of this Agreement, Independent Contractor and Company will continue to comply with the following Sections of this Agreement: Section 2 (Confidentiality), Section 3 (Relationship), Section 4 (Legal Compliance), Section 5 (Proprietary Rights), Section 8 (Company Contracting Party and Governing Law), Section 9 (General) and Section 10 (Arbitration).  

  1. Limitation of Liability and Indemnity.

7.1 Neither party shall be liable for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages whatsoever arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or the provision of the Services or Deliverables, including lost profits, anticipated or lost revenue. In no event shall Company be liable to Independent Contractor for any injury, claim, losses, damages, liabilities, or costs (including, without limitation, legal fees) of any nature arising out of or related to this Agreement, the Services or the Deliverables in excess of the amount which Company paid for the fees payable to Independent Contractor for the Services and Deliverables for the three (3) prior months preceding the first event or matter that gave rise to the claim, loss, damage or cost. 

7.2 Independent Contractor shall, at its own expense, defend, indemnify, Company and hold harmless Company, its affiliates and successors, and each of their respective directors, officers and employees (each a “Company Indemnitee”) harmless from and against any and all damages, expenses, liabilities, costs, penalties, losses and claims of whatever nature (including legal fees and expenses) arising from or attributable to the Independent Contractor in connection with its performance of Services or any breach of this Agreement by Independent Contractor, including any and all damages, expenses, liabilities, costs, penalties, losses and claims any Company Indemnitee may suffer as a result of enforcing the indemnification provisions set out in this section 7.2.     

7.3 Independent Contractor shall (to the extent permitted by applicable law), at its own expense, indemnify, defend and hold Company, its affiliates and their respective directors, officers and employees harmless each Company Indemnitee from a determination by any court, arbitrator, taxing authority, government entity, agency, ministry or adjudicating body that the relationship between the Company and Independent Contractor, is not an independent contractor relationship, including any and all damages, expenses, liabilities, costs, penalties, losses and claims any Company Indemnitee may suffer as a result of enforcing the indemnification provisions set out in this section 7.3.  

  1. 8. Company Contracting Party and Governing Law.  

8.1 This Agreement will be governed exclusively by the laws of the State of Delaware, without reference to any conflict of laws principles that would require the application of the laws of any other jurisdiction.  Additionally, the provisions of Section 10 (Arbitration) below will apply to Independent Contractor.  

  1. GeneralThis Agreement and the Requirements embody the entire understanding between the parties concerning the subject matter hereof and supersede any and all other negotiations or agreements between the parties.  This Agreement cannot be modified except in the form of a writing accepted by both parties.  This Agreement has no third party beneficiaries other than Company’s customers, who may enforce the terms of this Agreement or any applicable Requirements directly.  No failure of either party to exercise or enforce any of its rights under this Agreement will act as a waiver of any of its rights.  Independent Contractor will not subcontract or assign any of Independent Contractor’s rights or obligations under this Agreement or the Requirements without the prior written consent of Company.  This Agreement shall benefit and be binding upon the Company’s successors, affiliates and assigns. Should any provision of this Agreement be found unenforceable, such provision will be enforced to the fullest extent permitted by law and the remainder of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect.  

  1. Arbitration (US-based Independent Contractors only).  

10.1 Exclusive Use of Arbitration.  Independent Contractor and Company mutually agree to resolve any disputes exclusively through final and binding arbitration instead of filing a lawsuit in court.  This arbitration provision is governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (9 U.S.C. §§ 1-16) and will apply to any and all claims arising out of or relating to the Services, the Requirements, this Agreement, the nature of the relationship between Independent Contractor and Company (including any Company affiliates or customers) and all other aspects of Independent Contractor’s relationship with Company whether arising under federal, state or local statutory or common law.  The arbitrator will have the exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the interpretation, applicability, enforceability, or formation of this arbitration provision, other than Sections 10.2 and 10.3 below relating to the Class Action Waiver or Representative Action WaiverIndependent Contractor acknowledges this means such disputes will not be resolved by a court or jury trial.  

10.2 Class Action WaiverIndependent Contractor and Company mutually agree that by agreeing to arbitrate any dispute, each waives its right to have any dispute or claim brought, heard or arbitrated as a class action or collective action and that the arbitrator will not have any authority to hear or arbitrate any class or collective action (“Class Action Waiver”). 

10.3 Representative Action WaiverIndependent Contractor and Company mutually agree that by agreeing to arbitrate, each waives its right to have any dispute or claim brought, heard or arbitrated as a representative action and that the arbitrator will not have any authority to arbitrate a representative action ("Representative Action Waiver"). 

10.4 Process.  

(a) Notice.  If either party wishes to initiate arbitration, the initiating party must notify the other party in writing delivered by courier or other verifiable delivery method.  The notice must include (1) the name and address of the party seeking arbitration, (2) a statement of the legal and factual basis of the claim, and (3) a description of the remedy sought.  

(b) Procedural Requirements.  The arbitration will be governed by the terms of this Section and, except as otherwise provided in this Section 10, by the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services (“JAMs Rules”).  The arbitration will be heard by one arbitrator selected in accordance with the JAMs Rules.  The arbitrator will apply the state or federal substantive law, as applicable.  The arbitrator may issue orders (including subpoenas to third parties) allowing the parties to conduct discovery sufficient to allow each party to prepare that party’s claims and defenses, taking into consideration that arbitration is designed to be a speedy and efficient method for resolving disputes.  The arbitrator may hear motions and will apply the standards of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing such motions.  Except as provided in the Class Action Waiver and Representative Action Waiver, the arbitrator may award only remedies that would otherwise be available in a court of law.  The arbitrator’s decision or award will be in writing with findings of fact and conclusions of law and will be final and binding on the parties.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction for temporary or preliminary injunctive relief as needed to protect such party’s rights.  


  1. Advice of Counsel.  Independent Contractor has the right to consult with private counsel of Independent Contractor’s choice with respect to any aspect of, or any claim that may be subject to, this Agreement, including this arbitration provision. 

  1. Enforceability.  In the event any portion of this arbitration provision is deemed unenforceable, the remainder of this arbitration provision will remain in full force and effect. 

  13.Prevailing Language. The parties have expressly requested that this contract be drafted in the English language. Les parties ont expressément requis que ce contrat soit rédigée en anglais. If this Agreement is translated into a language other than English for any purpose, the English version shall prevail in the event of any differences, questions or disputes concerning the meaning, form, validity or interpretation of this Agreement.
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- I confirm that I will NOT disclose, discuss, distribute or share with anyone any of the documentation, training materials, or other project documents received from TELUS International, nor I will disclose information about TELUS International`s clients and their names.

- I confirm that I provide TELUS International the right to use the data that I will submit for technology and research purposes. 

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- I confirm that all information supplied above is correct and accurate.

- I understand and accept that TELUS International has the right to suspend or stop the project at any point during my collaboration.

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