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Ten Ways AI Regulations and Standards Will Evolve in 2022

With artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as machine learning and neural networks rapidly evolving, governments are racing to regulate AI. As TechRepublic reported in November 2021, the consulting firm Deloitte is predicting that evolving AI technologies could lead to “enforced regulations in 2023 and beyond.” If that’s the case, organizations that make and use the […]

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Innovation At Work’s Top Five Reads from 2021

Climate change. The COVID-19 pandemic. Cyber security attacks. Artificial intelligence (AI) and data privacy regulations. The shift to 5G. These were all common themes in 2021, and are likely to continue affecting us well into the new year. To learn more, check out our top reads from 2021:  Four Cyber Security Resolutions to Adopt in […]

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Six Priorities from the UK’s New Artificial Intelligence Roadmap

Demand for artificial intelligence (AI) is growing. According to Data Prot, a website that educates people about internet privacy, 37% of businesses and organizations employ AI technology. While AI can make organizations more efficient and profitable, these systems are not without risks, such as their propensity for bias and privacy infringements. Governments across the world […]

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European Union Considering “De Facto Global Standard” for AI

The European Union (EU) has proposed a first-ever comprehensive legislative package to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). As The National Law Review reports, the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) will “establish a risk-based framework for regulating use of AI anywhere within the EU, including by organizations based outside the EU.” If passed, the law “establishes a de […]

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Three Ways Automakers Can Shield Vehicles From Growing Ransomware Attacks

China’s first-ever automotive data security regulation is slated to go into effect on 1 October. The provision, which primarily aims to regulate automotive data processing in the country, joins a growing number of standards, regulations, and best practices enacted worldwide designed to protect vehicles from cyber crime.  An alarming rise in cyber attacks against connected […]

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Data Privacy Law Preparation: Four Basic Requirements

China recently joined the European Union and Brazil in passing a personal data protection law. Scheduled to go into effect on 1 November 2021, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) will require app designers to allow users to decide whether and how their data will be used and requires consent be obtained from individuals to […]

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What Evolving Data Privacy Laws Mean for Organizations

The U.S. state of Colorado has joined California, Virginia, the European Union, and Brazil in passing data privacy legislation. These laws give users greater control over their data and empower them to hold organizations that violate the rules responsible. The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), scheduled to go into effect on 1 July 2023, “provides consumers […]

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NIST: Recommendations for Identifying and Managing Bias in AI

Organizations that fail to prevent bias from slipping into their artificial intelligence (AI) systems may soon find themselves in regulatory trouble. As we discussed in a previous post, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced in April that private companies that sell biased AI systems can be subject to laws under the FTC Act, which outlaws […]

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Three Major Factors Challenging 5G Rollout in the U.S.

5G networks are quickly unfolding throughout markets in East Asia. The region constitutes 90% of worldwide 5G connections to date. Rollouts have been slower elsewhere, including in the U.S., the second largest 5G market outside East Asia, even as telecommunications giants race to buy up spectrum there. According to the Wall Street Journal, this is […]

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