Celebrating five years of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this article delves into a detailed review of the key developments and trends over the past year. I also look ahead, offering insights into what businesses can anticipate for GDPR in the coming year.
The legal industry could be revolutionized by generative artificial intelligence, and we discussed this with Dazza Greenwood.
The GDPR fine of € 1.2 billion issued by the Irish data protection commission against Meta raises the question of how companies deal with data transfers leading to a status of anxiety perfectly expressed by The Scream of Munch.
The EU Parliament's Committees have agreed on the AI Act. However, Google's decision to postpone the launch of Bard in the European Union prompts questions about the direction we're headed in.
Pseudnomized data might lead to anonymity, according to a recent ruling of the European General Court that can potentially have a massive impact on data protection compliance and sharing of (originally) personal data in the life sciences, banking, and any other sector.
The European Parliament reached an agreement on the AI Act introducing stricter regulations for foundation models like ChatGPT, which will distinguish them from general-purpose AI.
The obligations imposed by the Italian data protection authority against Open AI to ensure privacy compliance on generative artificial intelligence might become a benchmark across the EU now that the EDPB has established a task force on ChatGPT.
Synthetic data can be the response to limit some of the legal challenges against artificial intelligence for violation of intellectual property rights and privacy laws.
The growth of generative artificial intelligence systems has led EU lawmakers to focus on General Purpose AI, like ChatGPT, in drafting the AI Act, which will set the framework governing artificial intelligence in the European Union.