Darren Abernethy, Margaret Gloeckle, Hilary Lane, Ravi Pather
With the increasing prevalence of privacy technology, how can the privacy industry leverage the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning to drive efficiencies in privacy program management? Many papers have been written on managing the potential privacy issues of automated decision-making, but the question is still open on how the profession can utilize the benefits of technology to automate and simplify privacy program management. Privacy tools are starting to leverage technology to incorporate powerful algorithms to automate repetitive, time-consuming tasks which can generate significant cost and time savings, increase quality, and free up the privacy office’s limited resources to focus on more substantive and strategic work. Expert panelists will share examples of how intelligence is being leveraged within a wide variety of privacy management functions.
Darren Abernethy, Senior Counsel, TrustArc
Margaret Gloeckle, VP, Privacy & Compliance Counsel, A+E Networks
Ravi Pather, Vice President, CryptoNumerics
Hilary Lane, former Chief Privacy Officer, NBCUniversal
Comments by the Centre for Information Policy Leadership on the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Declaration on Ethics and Data Protection in Artificial Intelligence Adopted on 23 October 2018