Takeaways: Big Data and AI Collide with Legal and Policy Ecosystem[November 12, 2019, New York City]
On Tuesday, November 12, 2019, FiscalNote and Paul Hastings co-hosted a breakfast roundtable to discuss the role of legal, compliance, and government affairs professionals in building and protecting business and reputations, as well as mitigating risks posed by the AI revolution. Click learn more for key takeaways we captured at the program.
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To learn about the key trends that risk and security professionals should be looking at as they shape their GRC strategies, do take a look at Forrester Research’s report, "GRC Vision, 2019 To 2024."
The EU Has Big Ambitions to Regulate AI, and not just in Europe
The European Commission recently published a detailed White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, which laid out its ambition to create a new regulatory framework that protects European consumers from "high-risk" AI. Yet little has been discussed in the US on how these proposed laws will impact companies wishing to do business in the EU.
If your company has international operations in the EU, read to learn more about what you can do to get ahead of the business uncertainties today.
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