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The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to change how business is done. While in many areas the use of AI and data driven technology or solutions has already found its way into the daily business of corporations across all industries, this trend will scale up even more in the near future. In particular, this applies where the digital transformation “demands” a rapid change of the business and business models for multinational corporations to stay on top of their game. Corporate legal departments are preparing themselves for a change in the regulatory landscape as legislators globally seek to set guardrails for the use of AI. At the same time, this increased use of and reliance on AI and data makes companies increasingly vulnerable as targets of cyber criminals. In addition, legislators globally move towards regulating the use, access and sharing of data between market players.
The program will begin with a keynote address from Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. (former Manhattan District Attorney and Global Chair of Baker McKenzie’s Cybersecurity Practice) who will share his insights on the importance of data and protection of data in an environment with constantly evolving cyber threat factors.
Following the keynote, two panel discussions will feature senior corporate leaders in privacy and technology as well as Baker McKenzie practitioners from the US and Europe. The panel dialogue will provide an update on:
- the latest data governance issues facing global companies (including Generative AI models),
- how to navigate both the use of AI and new technology,
- how to practically tackle compliance with the (upcoming) regulations globally, and
- how to appropriately guard against evolving threat factors.