How AI and Privacy should be regulated

26/04/2024 | IAPP

In an article for the IAPP, TeachPrivacy President and CEO Daniel Solove discusses the issues examined in a white paper concerning the relationship between AI and privacy and that these issues are essential for determining how privacy law should regulate AI in the future. The paper argues that lawmakers should avoid "AI exceptionalism" whereby "it were so unique that we are unable to see how its privacy problems are often outgrowths of existing privacy issues."

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