- AI—ethical considerations and the privacy legal framework
- Privacy and ethics: hand in hand
- Automated decision-making
- Data quality
- Minimisation and retention
- Embedding privacy into AI
TMT analysis: AI relies on huge volumes of data and often that data contains personal data. But processing such large volumes of data could be at odds with the legal framework contained in the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018, which is based on ethical principles. As Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner, stated: ‘Ethics is at the root of privacy and is the future of data protection’. TLT LLP recently addressed some of the ethical challenges of using AI to process personal data at its event, AI: A new frontier. Associate Emma Erskine-Fox summarises some of the key issues discussed at that event.
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