Ireland's DPC says tech companies engaging on AI compliance

29/05/2024 | Reuters

In an interview on Tuesday, the two incoming Commissioners at the Irish Data Protection Commission, Dr Des Hogan and Dale Sunderland, discussed how the world's leading technology companies are actively collaborating with European data protection authorities (DPAs) concerning the compliance of their artificial intelligence products with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new Commissioners said that while the DPC is yet to use its powers on AI, it could do so in the future.

As the lead supervisory authority for Google, Meta, Microsoft, TikTok, and OpenAI, the DPC stressed the importance for regulators to tackle the use of public data for AI training, the need to safeguard individuals' data rights and address the risk of AI models providing incorrect personal data.

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