2024 call for proposals is now closed.
Thank you for your submissions. After the overwhelmingly positive response we received for our inaugural AI governance conference in Boston last year, we are excited to bring you AI Governance Global 2024 this spring -- across the pond in Brussels. In case we missed you in 2023, you can see a summary of the conference below.
This new location is the perfect setting to learn about all the latest developments, laws, regulations, technologies, and best practices in the ever-changing world of AI governance. These include the implications of the EU AI Act, mitigating bias and algorithmic discrimination, generative AI risks and opportunities to name a few.
Mark your calendar now for 4-7 June and be sure to secure your seat as soon as registration opens in February, as we expect the conference to sell out again.
Registration: Opens February 2024
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Thought-provoking content highlighted the inaugural IAPP AI Governance Global conference
The IAPP kicked off its first-ever AI Governance Global event amid a storm of AI-related news, developments, declarations and executive orders from the U.S., U.K., G7 and United Nations.
It was clearly an appropriate time to bring together experts in a variety of fields to help attendees uncover practical, actionable solutions for implementing AI systems and governing them responsibly.
Keynote speakers, panels and breakout sessions discussed why meaningful AI controls are necessary and why privacy and data protection professionals may be ideally positioned, based on their skills and knowledge, to help build guardrails that allow AI to become the powerful tool enterprises envision.
Attendees heard influential voices declare that wide acceptance of AI demands an equally wide, diverse and global governance community, along with a decidedly human touch that tackles such critical issues as intellectual property, competition law, legitimate interests, the right to be informed and the right to be forgotten.
Speakers noted that building AI governance operations is not a Herculean task if we borrow from the foundations already in place around data protection and privacy. Which may also prevent AI systems from taking on the weird, scary attributes of the “Shoggoth,” a science fiction character and newly minted AI meme featured in several presentations during the event.
Access AI Governance Global 2023 presentations