Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
The rise of AI has been well-documented over the last year, but one ever-present concern that has risen alongside has been how generative models interact with data privacy issues.
Italy briefly banned ChatGPT earlier this year, citing no legal basis to justify "the mass collection and storage of personal data for the purpose of 'training' the algorithms underlying the operation of the platform". This was later reversed but sparked a global debate on how AI interacts with our information.
So, do we have anything to worry about? And how can businesses implementing AI into their practices ensure they remain compliant?
In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Head of Content Matt Harris speaks to Gal Golan, CTO at MineOS, about:
- How the use of AI impacts data privacy concerns
- Using AI to enhance data privacy protection
- The future of compliance in the tech industry
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