AI technology is surging ahead of regulation and this gap has left companies in quandary. Privacy professionals are asked how can we plan for the lawful use of AI when the legal landscape for its adoption is unsettled. Fortunately, by looking across jurisdictions, regulations, and sectors, themes are developing worldwide that can create a framework on how to answer this question and begin the legal conversation with business stakeholders. In a recent webinar hosted by the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, our members from the EU, UK, and U.S. came together to discuss these key topics impacting the AI legal landscape.
Emerging EU, UK, and U.S. artificial intelligence frameworks and how privacy teams can view those frameworks to build AI compliance programs
Identifying the legally relevant features of AI
Developing compliance programs to address existing and emerging cross-jurisdictional requirements
The webinar is available below for on-demand view, and here, you can access our corresponding written outline of key legislative and regulatory issues including, an update on the current landscape, interoperability, and tips on how to prepare.
Authored by Scott Loughlin, Joke Bodewits, and Dan Whitehead.
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