Secure Chorus’ Elisabetta Zaccaria on “Artificial Intelligence: addressing the risks to data privacy and beyond” for PrivSec Report


Secure Chorus’ Elisabetta Zaccaria explores the fact that as more companies are implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a core part of their digital transformation, there is a requirement for boards to focus on the risks related to AI use of personal data and the potential bias and unpredictability in its output.

The shifting regulatory landscape in the field of AI will require boards to stay on top of the developments in the relevant jurisdictions of interest. It is important to note that regulation will not only apply to businesses developing AI technologies but also to businesses adopting such technologies. Therefore, it is to be expected that compliance with the relevant AI regulatory framework will increasingly become an integral part of any business strategy which includes AI.

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