Raphaël Dana, João Rodrigues, Lisl Brunner
Companies are increasingly drawing on AI in products and services, but the legal regulatory landscape is uncertain. This session looks at the current discussion in the EU and Europe for regulating AI, including requirements for privacy, transparency, safety, ethics, and accountability. These emerging standards are critical for U.S. companies to know about and follow in developing their products and services.
Raphaël Dana, Partner, Frieh Associates (France)
João Rodrigues, Senior Legal Adviser, European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington, D.C.
Lisl Brunner, Director, Global Privacy Privacy, AT&T Services
HLEG’s Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI (April 2019)
The role of corporations in addressing AI’s ethical dilemmas
Darrell West, Brookings (Sept. 2018)
Responsible AI – A global policy framework, ITechLaw