AI is too big to fail, and it must be regulated. With that everyone agrees, but how should it be regulated? That is a different question, and one which invites many answers. In this CEDPO-hosted webinar, with a particular focus on the impact to data protection, we will bring together the differing global perspectives on how best to regulate this most disruptive of technologies. With leading experts from the US, the UK and the EU, explaining the varying laws and regulations that govern AI, we will ask the burning question: who is getting it right and what does optimal AI regulation look like?
online Webinar/ via Zoom (will be recorded)
18 January 2024, from 3PM-4:30PM CET.
A partner in Fieldfisher’s Technology and Data group, and with over a decade of experience, Chris is an expert in supporting clients to achieve their strategic goals – whether harnessing new technology and data, or delivering business or digital transformation programmes. Chris has a real passion for working with those at the leading edge, and has in-depth experience advising on artificial intelligence (AI); distributed ledger technology (DLT; extended reality (AR/VR/MR); quantum and high-performance computing; and other emerging technologies. He leads Fieldfisher’s international cross-practice working group on AI and emerging technologies.
John Ghose is a former federal cybercrime prosecutor who currently serves as Partner at US-based VeraSafe, a global cybersecurity and data privacy advisory firm, where he leads North American commercial operations. From 2011-2021, John was a federal criminal prosecutor with the United States Department of Justice.
Dr. Maria Moloney
Maria Moloney is a Senior Privacy Researcher and Consultant with Privacy Engine.
Chair of the CEDPO AI and Data Working Group, Chair of the Irish Association of Data Protection Officers and Head of Data Privacy for the Fexco Group.
Senior Policy Advisor for CEDPO