With over two decades in regulatory policy, public affairs and legal practice, Cornelia Kutterer is a highly experienced tech policy expert. She participates in multiple responsible AI governance projects, including the OECD network of experts on AI Risk & Accountability and the CRIM_AI project at the university of Luxembourg. For nearly 15 years, she has been playing a pivotal role in driving responsible policies at Microsoft in Europe, with a particular focus on areas such as privacy, AI, sustainable due diligence, human rights, safety, law enforcement, content, and market regulation. Prior to Microsoft, she led the legal department of the European Consumer Organisation BEUC and gained professional experiences in a top 10 law firm, a social security fund and the European Parliament. She holds a law degree from the University of Hamburg and a master’s degree of information technology and telecommunication law from the Strathclyde university in Glasgow and is a fully qualified attorney-at-law (Germany).
Contributions by Cornelia Kutterer
The Alignment Problem in AI Viewed Through the Lens of European Law
Speaker at AI Governance Global 2023, an IAPP event
- Member of A.I. Advisory Board 2023 - 2024
Artificial Intelligence: From Principles to Practice
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2019