The looming AI governance legal framework in the EU has certainly been newsworthy. However, while preparing for the new compliance requirements, it feels like some of the current legal obligations (such as data protection, for example) have lost their shine in comparison to the expected regulatory developments. At the same time, there might be a misplaced optimism about the possibility of legal consultants, in-house DPOs or other company compliance functions to tackle and implement the entire range of the EU AI Act provisions.
AI governance should not be assimilated with data protection, and, at the same time, data protection should not be missing from an AI governance program. Confused already? We think it is important to know the limitations that we, as lawyers and privacy managers, will have when advising on the development and acquisition of AI systems, but at the same time to start supplementing our knowledge base.
For this edition of the DPO Sessions, we will talk with Peter Craddock about the main steps companies should take to prepare for the AI Act, whilst not forgetting about the current legal obligations to protect privacy and personal data.
Peter Craddock - Partner @ Keller & Heckman
Peter Craddock (partner at Keller & Heckman, working with data/cyber/tech law) helps companies innovate and use data better in the European Union (EU) and worldwide by providing strategic advice and legal assistance in the areas of privacy, data protection, data governance, AI governance, cybersecurity, e-commerce, digitalization, and software contracting. Peter’s practice covers advisory work, contract drafting, and negotiation, as well as representation of clients in litigation before data protection authorities or the courts.
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