As organisations continue to rely on artificial intelligence (AI) systems, it's important to prepare for the inevitability of system failures. Such failures can have significant consequences, including security incidents, privacy violations, discriminatory outcomes and lack of transparency and accountability. To mitigate these risks, organisations should implement AI incident response plans that go beyond traditional cybersecurity measures. These plans should acknowledge the unique vulnerabilities of AI systems and emphasise the importance of cross-disciplinary expertise. By preparing for potential failures today, companies can limit legal consequences and public outcry in the future. The IAPP has the details.
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