What regulators working on developing AI rulebooks expect

02/08/2023 | IAPP

As countries work on developing AI regulations, organisations around the world will soon have to comply with new governance rules. To help address this issue, Caitlin Fennessy, the Vice President and Chief Knowledge Officer at IAPP, has analysed and categorised the questions regulators are currently asking. The post provides insight into what regulators are focused on and what organisations should be asking themselves.

In a related article, IAPP Summer Privacy Fellow Will Simpson analysed the AI enforcement regulatory approaches Canada, China, the EU, the UK, and the US are taking as they build up their nascent AI enforcement regimes.

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