In an article for the IAPP, Ananos Co-CEO and General Counsel Gary LaFever discuss ways to mitigate the risks that come with artificial intelligence (AI) and large data sets to ensure data security and privacy while still using AI to achieve commercial and societal objectives. The article highlights the recent Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) against Meta about the importance of EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) principles, such as data-use minimisation, for AI systems to be considered low-risk. The authors assert that the CJEU ruling will likely impact the final EU Artificial Intelligence Act trilogue negotiations and could act as a guide when determining the level of risk associated with different AI systems. By following GDPR-compliant measures, organisations can harness the power of AI without compromising data security and privacy.
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