EU Proposed AI Regulation
The European Commission released, on 21 April 2021, its proposal for a regulation on laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence ('the Proposed AI Regulation'), a regulation on machinery products ('the Proposed Machinery Products Regulation'), as well as a new Coordinated Plan on AI. The proposals aim to turn Europe into a global hub for trustworthy AI, as the regulations would apply directly in the same way across all Member States based on a future-proof definition of AI.
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Emerging Tech Series
In Episode 2 of Emerging Tech, we discuss some of the key considerations for organisations when incorporating artificial intelligence technology solutions, such as lawful bases, data minimisation, data subject right's, and Privacy by Design, alongside discussing some uses and applications of AI technologies.
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Privacy in Motion series
OneTrust DataGuidance spoke with Peter Fleischer, Global Privacy Counsel at Google, about the impact of privacy legislation globally, and how future technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence can be approached.
Rob Sumroy, who co-heads the Emerging Technology and Data Privacy practices at Slaughter and May, discusses the key risks that artificial intelligence technologies pose to privacy, what privacy regulations currently exist in the UK, and how to remain privacy-compliant whilst working with artificial intelligence technologies.
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Data Ethics: Benefits, Challenges and Practical Implementation
Artificial Intelligence: The Regulatory Landscape and Ongoing Developments