Discussions on artificial intelligence and data privacy are heating up in the United States at the federal, state, and local levels. President Biden released an executive order on responsible AI development and use at the end of 2023, the FTC is active in tackling emerging AI concerns, and significant hurdles are ahead of Congress as they work toward a federal data privacy law. Meanwhile, on the state side, a patchwork of state data privacy laws already exists, notably in California and Virginia, and local legislation is on the rise.
With the landscape of data privacy and AI policy rapidly evolving, the coming months will be crucial in determining the shape of future regulations and the balance between technological innovation and individual privacy rights. Organizations must stay on top of these developments to ensure they are compliant, or even play a role in shaping the future of AI in the United States.
Join our live webinar on Thursday, March 7 at 2 p.m. EST for the latest on what’s happening in data privacy and AI in the U.S.
Experts will discuss:
The latest on data privacy and AI policy at the federal level, including executive actions and the Senate’s AI forum
Actions being taken at the state level and how they could impact future policies
The top AI issues to watch in 2024 and beyond, and what they might mean for your organization
Gopal Ratnam, Senior Staff Writer, CQ and Roll Call
Neil Suri, Consultant, FiscalNote
Moderated by Andrew Gamino-Cheong, CTO & Co-Founder, Trustible
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