You’ve undoubtedly come across the buzz around Artificial Intelligence, whether it’s from the news, social media, or casual conversations with work colleagues, family and friends.

We ask the question often, to see how people feel about AI and the response is often mixed.  Some are intrigued and curious to learn more and excited about the upcoming advancements, quite often people are a little scared of the potential outcomes and have a negative reaction.

Whatever your feelings towards AI, it is coming and will interweave throughout our professional and personal lives.  We are running webinars aimed at directors and senior management in private healthcare practices and companies who are responsible for the processing of AI, we will look at these areas:

  • Is using AI legal?
  • Looking at Special Category data with AI.
  • Consent as an appropriate lawful basis.
  • Using Data Protection Impact Assessments when planning to use AI.
  • Obtaining people’s permission to analyse their data with AI?
  • Do you need an AI policy and what does it look like?
  • Working with external suppliers of AI system/platforms/models.
  • What to be aware of if using models like ChatGPT and Bard.
  • The use of Bots on websites for dealing with new enquiries.

AI has the potential to revolutionise society and how we do business. However, there is real risk that the use of new tools could have a negative impact on human rights. The following are some of the major data privacy risk areas and problems related to AI, which will be covered in the webinar:

  • Reidentification and deanonymisation
  • Discrimination, unfairness, inaccuracies and bias
  • Opacity and secrecy of profiling
  • Data exploitation
  • Prediction

Come along to find out more and receive your copy of a Data Protection Impact Assessment tool to complete for your AI adoption –