Part of IAPP ANZ Summit Online 2021 web series.
Original broadcast date: 4 November 2021
Artificial intelligence and machine-learning enabled systems are being rapidly integrated into every aspect of modern business and government activity, from minor enhancements like spellcheck to fully automated factories, autonomous vehicles, facial recognition systems and automated decision-making. In this panel, hear from regulatory, policy and technical experts working at the intersection of personal information and emerging technologies such as AI, Machine Learning, and Automated Decision Making. This panel considers how these technologies are changing the way that companies and governments are using personal information, current risks and mitigations, impending regulation, and the challenges that the privacy community will have to face in future.
Tim de Sousa, CIPP/E, CIPM, Senior Director, Technology, FTI Consulting
Rachel Dixon, Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
Lachlan McCalman, Chief Practitioner, Gradient Institute
Kimberlee Weatherall, Chief Investigator at ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society