AI Governance Global Conference 2023, Panel 1/2
On November 2nd, 2023, the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) will be organizing a two days’ international conference in Boston on how to develop and implement globally ethical and responsible AI practices.
Going through a highly competitive process, our Chair proposed two panels on complex global AI regulation’s issues, both of which were accepted. We are delighted so to be represented in Boston by the Director of the Chair AI Regulation, Professor Théodore Christakis, and by its Senior Research Fellow, Cornelia Kutterer.
Professor Théodore Christakis organises the first accepted panel entitled “Can Generative AI Survive the GDPR ?” with the participation of eminent specialists: Félicien Vallet, AI Lead, Deputy Head of Technology Experts Department, CNIL; William Malcolm, Senior Director, International Privacy and Consumer Protection, Google and Isabel Hahn, LL.M. Candidate, Harvard University and former Member of the European Data Protection Supervisor Cabinet. The panel will discuss the existing EU data protection and privacy rules governing Generative AI and analyse whether the “legitimate interest” legal basis could be used to justify training LLMs with personal data and what could be the potential solutions to several other GDPR issues.
Deeper insights on how the potential governance of Generative AI is being shaped in the context of EU, US, and global regulation will be also at the center of the discussions.
You may find here the schedule and program of the Conference.