Are Privacy Laws and AI Advancements Ready to Co-Exist?
The global AI race continues onward but countries with stringent privacy data protections in place could find themselves at a clear disadvantage.
While there may be a time when AI and privacy can learn to peacefully co-exist in the U.S, it doesn’t seem to be on the horizon anytime soon. The “What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You: Artificial Intelligence vs. Individual Privacy Rights” session at Legalweek 2020 in New York delved into the tension between the desire to maximize AI benefits and the lingering gaps in the technology that have yet to be addressed by the law.
Most of those problems begin with data, which is both the fuel that makes AI function and a protected commodity under privacy laws such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
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