OECD publishes report on AI, data governance and privacy

26/06/2024 | OECD

On Wednesday, 26 June 2024, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published a report examining the synergies and potential opportunities for international cooperation regarding artificial intelligence (AI), data governance and privacy. In particular, the report highlights that AI and privacy communities typically address their respective challenges independently and with separate approaches for different jurisdictions and legal systems. The report recommends mapping the OECD Privacy Guidelines to its AI Principles in order to drive the development of responsible AI systems that respect and support privacy. 

In related news, the OECD published the outcomes of a roundtable discussion on AI, data, and competition. The roundtable addressed the impact of generative AI along, ensuring the AI value chain remains competitive, particularly concerning access to data and computing power. The OECD concludes that regulators may need to increase monitoring capabilities.

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