April 30, 2020
Amanda Branch and Jasmine Godfrey coauthored an article "Pitfalls to avoid when implementing artificial intelligence and privacy" published by Canadian Lawyer.
Artificial intelligence can be a powerful tool for organizations. AI is an intelligent system that can change its behaviour or adapt based on information or experience. For AI to work meaningfully, it requires data — a lot of it.
Since data often contains personal information, there are real concerns about the privacy implications of AI, such as how personal information can be used and what privacy and security measures are required to protect that data.
Click here to read full article, and learn more about privacy considerations companies should keep in mind as they implement AI.
This article was first published by the Canadian Lawyer on April 30, 2020.