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Singapore releases New Guidelines on the Use of Personal Data in AI Systems

On 1 March 2024, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) issued the Advisory Guidelines on the Use of Personal Data in AI Recommendation and Decision Systems (AI Advisory Guidelines). These AI Advisory Guidelines followed a public consultation which concluded in August 2023. Our blog post on the public consultation for the draft AI Advisory Guidelines … Continue reading

UK government’s response to AI White Paper consultation: next steps for implementing the principles

The authors acknowledge the assistance of Salma Khatab, paralegal, in researching and preparing some aspects of this blog The UK Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology (DSIT) has published its response to its consultation on its white paper, ‘A pro innovation approach to AI regulation’ (the Response). The Response outlines key investment initiatives and regulatory … Continue reading

ASEAN releases Joint Guide to ASEAN Model Contractual Clauses and EU Standard Contractual Clauses and AI Governance Guide 

On 1 and 2 February 2024, at the fourth 4th ASEAN Digital Ministers Meeting (ADGMIN) in Singapore, ASEAN[1] unveiled: We summarise and discuss both the Joint Guide and the ASEAN AI Governance Guide below. Joint MCC – SCC Guide To recap, the first part of the Joint MCC – SCC Guide (the Reference Guide) was … Continue reading

Singapore proposes Governance Framework for Generative AI

On 16 January 2024, Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), in collaboration with the AI Verify Foundation, announced a public consultation on its draft Model AI Governance Framework for Generative AI (Draft GenAI Governance Framework), showing the areas where future policy interventions relating to generative AI may take place and options for such intervention. The … Continue reading

NYDFS issues significant guidance on insurers using AI or external data

On January 17, 2024 the New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) published a Proposed Insurance Circular Letter (“Proposed Circular”) regarding the use of artificial intelligence systems (“AIS”) and external consumer data and information sources (“ECDIS”) in insurance underwriting and pricing. This Proposed Circular does not create or change any legislation, but once finalized, will … Continue reading

The EU AI Act: What obligations will apply to your business?

Political agreement was achieved at the beginning of December in relation to the EU’s AI Act (AIA) – the first major step in the regulation of artificial intelligence. Although the final texts are not yet available, the key elements are clear, with the “risk-based” approach at the heart of the AIA. Working from the last … Continue reading

The EU’s AI Act: the position is agreed

In the early hours of the morning of Saturday 9 December 2023, the European Parliament (the Parliament) and the Council of the EU (the Council) reached an agreement on the outstanding points on the EU’s Regulation on artificial intelligence (AI Act).  Talks had previously stalled over how to regulate AI trained on large amounts of … Continue reading

California proposes rules for automated decision-making

On November 27, 2023, the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA”) released a first draft of rules for automated decision-making technologies under California’s privacy law. The proposed rules revolve around providing notice of the technology’s use, opting out, and consumer access to business information. In general, the proposed rules would require businesses using automated decision-making technology … Continue reading

Managing AI risks and legal implications, effective cybersecurity, ensuring privacy and the integrity of organizational records

Coloured lightsIn a world where generative AI is driving innovation and technology is outpacing legislation, there’s a lot for companies to consider to maintain operational effectiveness and minimize risk. To help provide some guidance, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada hosted its 2023 technology, privacy and cybersecurity virtual summit. Our leading lawyers were joined by prominent industry leaders … Continue reading

Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill: UK Private Members’ Bill underscores wide-spread regulatory concerns

A Private Members’ Bill, the Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill (the Bill), has been introduced into House of Lords (the UK’s upper House of the UK Parliament) and is currently at the second Parliamentary stage. The King’s Speech, which set out the agenda for the current Parliamentary session, did not contain any proposals from the Government for legislation on AI, … Continue reading

PART II: Legislative advances in the world of artificial intelligence, Canada

Motherboard curcuitOn October 5, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry (ISED) wrote a letter to the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology proposing amendments to Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA), which was introduced as part of Bill C-27 in June 2022. Further information on AIDA can be found in our previous update. The letter … Continue reading

Advances in artificial intelligence legislation in Canada (Part I)

Motherboard circuitOn September 27, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry released a voluntary code of conduct specific to generative AI. This GenAI code follows the proposed Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA), which was introduced as part of Bill C-27 in June 2022 but will not likely be in force until 2025. Beyond risk mitigation, … Continue reading

President Biden issues sweeping artificial intelligence directives targeting safety, security and trust

On October 30, 2023, after recognizing that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the most consequential technology of our time and anticipating that it will accelerate more technological change in the next five to ten years than witnessed in the past fifty, President Biden issued an Executive Order directing actions to establish new AI standards. These directives, … Continue reading

Informative preparatory papers on state of frontier AI and potential safety risks for UK AI Safety Summit published

On 26 October, the UK prime minister gave a speech on the AI Safety Summit to be hosted in the UK on 1 and 2 November. The summit will bring together representatives from large lab AI companies, world governments and civil society to discuss safety risks arising from frontier AI. Frontier AI is “highly capable … Continue reading

Singapore Releases Proposed Advisory Guidelines on Use of Personal Data in AI Recommendation and Decision Systems

On 18 July 2023, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) issued its Proposed Advisory Guidelines on Use of Personal Data In AI Recommendation and Decision Systems (the Proposed AI Advisory Guidelines) for public consultation. The Proposed AI Advisory Guidelines address the following: The Proposed AI Advisory Guidelines may be accessed here. A brief summary of, … Continue reading

Deal-maker or deal-breaker: the legal ins and outs of using AI in M&A

Deals involving AI bring about specific and unique issues for consideration during the due diligence process. Understanding the specific challenges created by AI is important for companies to ensure that the AI technology holds genuine value and would not raise red flags during the course of a transaction. Some important advice for companies looking to … Continue reading
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