Date: 18 January 2023
Time: 4:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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North America: Navigating the AI Legal Landscape

The regulatory and compliance landscape for data is becoming ever more complicated. Privacy laws, cyber laws and now AI laws are emerging at different levels of government – from the city to multinational. Selling innovation has never been more challenging than now. Is your company set up for success?

As the landscape of data and AI legislation continues to evolve worldwide, learn about how you can equip your organization with what it needs to address client concerns from the beginning and build a culture resilient to regulatory change.

This session will:
- Provide an overview of the data and AI regulatory landscape across Canada, the United States, the European Union, and other global jurisdictions around the globe
- Highlight the impacts of these emerging regulations and describe what effective compliance looks like for your organization
- Outline the key tenants of a successful AI governance program
- Discuss the implications of these emerging trends and what they mean for you
- Highlight where your organization can get started

Carole Piovesan

Carole is a managing partner at INQ Law and global leader in artificial intelligence (AI). She practices in privacy, cyber readiness, data governance and AI risk management, with a focus on ethical AI and responsible innovation. A seasoned former litigator and data co-lead for a national firm, Carole has been involved In multiple data governance committees for the federal government, national sector committees, the Global Partnership on AI, and acts as acting as advisor to several AI companies. Carole is co-editor of a newly released Thomson Reuters book, Leading Legal Disruption: Artificial Intelligence and a Toolkit for Lawyers and the Law. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law where she teaches on AI law and policy.

Michael Pascu

Michael is a Consultant at INQ Consulting focused on AI and Data Governance. He has provided advisory services on data strategy, data ethics, and AI and data governance across Canada’s public sector, financial services, and insurance sectors. Prior to joining INQ Consulting, Michael was at Deloitte Canada where he helped grow Deloitte Canada’s Trustworthy AI Offering and supported clients in maturing their AI governance capabilities, adhere to emerging global AI regulations, and stand up their data ethics communities of practice. During his time at Deloitte, Michael focused on leading and delivering projects in the areas of AI and Data Governance, Data Strategy, Operating Models, and Organizational Design. 

Myriah Jaworski

Focusing her practice on the intersection of law and technology, Myriah Jaworski advises clients on enterprise-wide data privacy and cybersecurity governance, incident response, data breach and class action defense, and related government investigations. Myriah works with clients to implement new technologies, including AI/ML and automated decision-making tools, and to evaluate privacy and security requirements in Web3 and the metaverse.

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