Artificial Intelligence

In the rapid development of artificial intelligence (“AI”), regulators are playing catch up in creating frameworks to aid and regulate its development.

As the AI landscape begins to mature, different jurisdictions have begun to publish guidance and frameworks. Most recently, on 11 June 2024, Hong Kong’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (“

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Disclaimer: The blogpost below is based on a previously published Thomson Reuters Practical Law practice note (EU AI Act: data protection aspects (EU)) and only presents a short overview of and key takeaways from this practice note. This blogpost has been produced with the permission of Thomson Reuters, who has the copyright over the

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Authors: Carolyn BiggLauren Hurcombe and Yue Lin Lee.

On 18 July 2023, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (“PDPC”) issued for public consultation a set of proposed guidelines for the use of personal data in AI recommendation and decision systems (“Proposed Guidelines”). The public consultation is open until 31 August

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Authors: James Clark, Coran Darling, Andrew Dyson, Gareth Stokes, Imran Syed & Rachel de Souza

In November 2021, the UK Government (“Government”) issued the National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy, with the ambition of making the UK a global AI superpower over the next decade. The strategy promised a
Continue Reading A Pro-Innovation Approach: UK Government publishes white paper on the future of governance and regulation of artificial intelligence

Authors: Jules Toynton, Coran Darling

Data is often the fuel that powers AI used by organisations. It tailors search parameters, spots behavioural trends, and predicts future possible outcomes (to highlight a just a few uses). In response, many of these organisations seek to accumulate and use as much data as possible, in order to
Continue Reading Keeping an ‘AI’ on your data: UK data regulator recommends lawful methods of using personal information and artificial intelligence

Authors: Coran Darling, James Clark

In its proposed AI Regulation (“AI Act”), the EU recognises AI as one of the most important technologies of the 21st century. It is often forgotten, however, that AI is not one specific type of technology. Instead, it is an umbrella term for a range of

Continue Reading EUROPE: Data protection regulators publish myth-busting guidance on machine learning