1-Hour Program

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Since 2018, the EU has been leading the global charge to regulate AI systems. The EU AI Act, proposed in 2021 and possibly coming into effect late this year, offers a glimpse into the dynamic debate around how best to regulate technologies with varied risk profiles and application across diverse sectors and use cases. This session will provide an analysis of the EU's approach to technology regulation, how it compares to other global approaches, and key technology governance and compliance learnings that will help attendees begin to prepare for the future of AI regulation. 

Faculty will discuss:

  • Level-set on applied AI systems (10 minutes)
  • Overview of the EU AI Act: Legislative status, analysis, and compliance obligations (10 minutes)
  • Where the Act fits into the EU's broader tech regulation strategy: Review of the GDPR (10 minutes)
  • Alternative approaches to regulating AI and data: Insights from the US and UK (15 minutes)
  • Preparing for the emerging regulatory landscape: Technology governance best practices (15 minutes)


Who Should Attend:  In-house counsel, outside attorneys, compliance, technology, governance, privacy and other allied professionals preparing for the future of AI regulation

Program Level: Update

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None




Simon Greenman

Best Practice AI


Karen Silverman

The Cantellus Group

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