Tuesday, 14 March 2017

AI, machine learning and personal data | ICO Blog

AI, machine learning and personal data | ICO Blog: "When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in 2018, the regulatory toolkit will be sharpened. Some key changes will be:



  1.  more powerful rights for individuals, including rights in relation to automated decisions and profiling; 
  2. new accountability provisions, including the implementation of codes of conduct and certification mechanisms that will help to improve standards and hold organisations to account in areas such as automated decision making; 
  3. and
    increased enforcement powers for the ICO, including the ability to issue fines of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of annual worldwide turnover for infringements of the of the regulation. 


These changes, and more, will contribute towards a relevant and effective regime for the regulation of personal data in the world of big data, AI and machine learning." 'via Blog this'

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