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Navigating the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Privacy, and Data Protection

Amy Worley and Thuc Nguyen

February 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies rely on vast amounts of data and compute power for model training to enable them to make predictions or decisions without being explicitly programmed for the task. AI may make us more prosperous and innovative, but it comes with privacy and data protection risks. Organizations that design or deploy AI tools need to investigate how their AI systems collect, process, and disseminate personal data across digital and brick-and-mortar marketplaces.

Building a multidisciplinary AI ethics and governance team that includes privacy, security, legal, and other stakeholders is a good place to start a larger AI compliance program. Companies may also want to consider engaging outside experts to help them navigate this complex and evolving space.

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