The privacy concerns around AI

John Buyers

AI development is dependent on access to big data, but that brings challenges. The use of smart data generated or “streamed” by “smart devices” brings potential for misuse. Predictive analytics are also creating challenges – transforming the way the insurance industry models risks and prices premiums. Regulators are paying attention to the potential ethical and legal ramifications of the big data that is fuelling AI. The EU Commission has already identified smart data as personal data therefore falling under the requirements of the GDPR.

What other challenges does big data bring? How can developers prepare themselves for the regulations that these challenges may pose?

Required audience experience

Basic familiarity with machine learning is helpful, but not required.

Objective of the talk

To provide developer audience insight into a much debated topic and arm them with the right information so they understand the practical legal implications of using machine learning solutions.

You can view John’s presentation below:

Track 2
Location: Euston Date: October 15, 2018 Time: 5:25 pm - 6:10 pm John Buyers John Buyers, Osborne Clarke