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Solove - Infographic- AI and PrivacyOver at IAPP News, I wrote a short essay called A Regulatory Roadmap to AI and Privacy.  It summarizes my longer article, Artificial Intelligence and Privacy. For those who want the short 2,000 word version of my thoughts on AI and privacy, read the short essay. For those who want more detail, then read the full article.

I created an infographic to capture the issues, but I couldn’t include it in the IAPP piece, so I’ll include it here (see above).

For easier reading and printing, here’s a PDF version of the short essay with the infographic included. Or you can check out my essay at IAPP. The long article is here.

From the short essay:

Although new AI laws can help, AI is making it glaringly clear that a privacy law rethink is long overdue. . . .

Understanding the privacy challenges posed by AI is essential. A comprehensive overview is necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of current laws, identify their limitations and decide what modifications or new measures are required for adequate regulation.

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Professor Daniel J. Solove is a law professor at George Washington University Law School. Through his company, TeachPrivacy, he has created the largest library of computer-based privacy and data security training, with more than 150 courses. He is also the co-organizer of the Privacy + Security Forum events for privacy professionals.

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