An analysis of DPA guidance: applying existing data protection laws to AI

29/05/2024 | IAPP

In an article for the IAPP, writer Müge Fazlioglu highlights that while only a few jurisdictions have passed specific artificial intelligence (AI) governance laws, the application of existing laws to govern AI technologies has advanced rapidly. Global data protection authorities (DPAs) have been at the forefront of this activity, using current laws to regulate AI and issuing guidance to help organisations apply privacy and data protection laws to their AI use. The article analyses the various different guidance issued by DPAs to help organisations apply privacy and data protection laws to their AI use.

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