This panel will explore how new restrictions on the use of automated decision making in the EU will affect EU residents. Using AI-assisted employment decisions as an example, will GDPR better protect EU employees from bias and unfair treatment? Or will it hinder AI applications intended to reduce such problems?  How does that compare to likely outcomes in the U.S. under current law?  We also will discuss how any impediments to using AI in the EU can be overcome and how the GDPR may affect research and development of AI more generally.

Nancy Libin, Co-Chair, Privacy & Security + Technology Practice, Davis Wright Tremaine
Neil Chilson, Senior Research Fellow for Technology and Innovation, Charles Koch Institute
Jules Polonetsky, CEO, Future of Privacy Forum

Room 403

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Neil Chilson
Neil Chilson

Senior Research Fellow for Technology and Innovation
Charles Koch Institute

Nancy Libin
Nancy Libin

Co-Chair, Privacy & Security + Technology Practice
Davis Wright Tremaine

Jules Polonetsky
Jules Polonetsky

Executive Director
Future of Privacy Forum