Government authorities around the world are increasing their enforcement, rulemaking and legislating in the areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning. This includes the UK government who has today launched a new initiative to shape global standards for AI. For privacy professionals, it is essential to understand the privacy requirements that currently apply to AI, those on the horizon and the resources available to build a compliant data protection program for AI and ML applications. In this article, the IAPP outlines recent developments, considerations, challenges and case studies that should be on privacy pros' radars as they grapple with compliance.
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