Aspects of Europe's new privacy law GDPR have forced
artificial intelligence (AI) to remain ethical, as the sector
faces the brunt of the law's constraints. Article 22 in
particular has been seen as a direct attempt to reign in it's
power to process data.
GDPR has become Europe’s most infamous piece of
legislation, and since its inception businesses the world over
have grappled with exactly how to deal with its various
clauses, which have hindered both start-ups and established
companies. The latter were forced to redress legacy systems to
ensure they were up to date for the regulation when it came
into full swing at the end of May in 2018.
"GDPR is not easy to comply with," said Gail Crawford,
partner and chair of the internet and digital media industry
group at Latham & Watkins. "I could give examples for hours
and hours of areas where the...